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What do I set the timing to, on a 1986 Toyota carburated 22r? I've seen all sorts of numbers, 0, 5, 12 degree BTDC.

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Carbed models should be started at 0 degrees, Fuel injected models at 5.

Posted on Mar 17, 2010

  • justinroconn Jan 13, 2011

    IM having the same problem. WHere is 0 Degrees at? I set the piston to the top of the motor but idk where 0 degrees is?

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    thetallguy67 Nov 13, 2014

    It should be marked by aligning a machined notch in the main/crank pulley and the degree markings on the oil pump cover. Old pump covers may have had the lettering worn off, or barely visible from the get-go due to a poor casting process.

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Hi guys I have a 1986 Toyota Landcruiser 3f motor petrol and am having troubles with timing the distributor my flywheel has two lines marked on it and one ball inlaid mark which one do I time it on?


the lines are probably 5 degrees and 10 degrees btdc
place it on 10 btdc and se the distributor so that the point of the cam is facing the pick up exactly

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Truck does not start reads code 12 spark seems to be of and backfires when I try to start


what engine? size? 22R 22RE or 3F-E? 3VZ-E?
never work an car with out knowing what engine and if old EFI or carb.
look at it , in USA the under hood sticker clearly states engine in car.
does your motor have a timing belt for the cam>?
ever change it every 60K,,, oops////
on old cars ,and this one is.
I always check compression,, at WOT, (wide open throttle)
if 80psi the cam slipped. if 150PSI x4 its a winner

next is spark, if the cam slips, BTW< the spark timing is GONE
OUT TO LUNCH timing, no , dont change it ,fix the belt first.
and back firing is caused by bad timing....
22R and 22R-E engines have a cam chain.
but seen many cars with a screaming chain, owners ignore it....
seen them slip too.. as hard as it is to believe. (im never shocked)


#2, do that 60k tuneup for spark and filters now, amazing what a simple tune up does, with new spark wire, in winter they short.
and air filter and fuel filter,

spark timing> spec:
At idle the 22R-E should read 10-14deg BTDC, 3VZ-FE should read 8deg BTDC, and the 3F-E should read 12deg BTDC.
if way off, the cam is out of time. (no one messed with engine)

code 12
means the ECU found a dead sensor (spark) NE, G1 or G2
these are all sensors for spark, cam or crank or both.
the FSM covers this.
code 12 are loss of sensor for 2 second cranking
and is a bad sensor, not calibrated , or bad wire to it,, etc.
think about this. (no engine stated, so generic answers happen)
IF the cam is off time.
the CAM sensor is fibbing, as compared to the crank sensor.
so it would not be a suprise to me, that code 12 throw.

that is why i check spark timing first. then if way off
check compression 2nd, and if way off.
time 4
the cam end is exposed and timing verified.

if engine is interference type, is use a total different strategy.
do no harm, is first. (visual inspections of cam are first)

next time post the engine you have.
merry Chrismas and hope we find it fast.

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No problems yet


It is okay as you specified. feel safe drive it.

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Hello;
It sounds as if you have a couple of possible problems. First could be the fuel pump. If yoou disconnect the fuel line, put the line in a jar and crank the engine over, you should get a pint in 15 seconds or so. Also check the pressure, should have around 5 psi. Secondly, you may have a vacuum hose cracked, broken, or leaking. Check your hoses and also the carbureator for leaks.
Hope this helps;
Thanks;
Rich
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