Question about Toyota Camry
THE spark plugs are 4 and the firing order is from the front (thats were the fanbelts are )and they are 1342
so the distributor the timing mark on the bottom pully and the rotor button point to the No1 plug lead and points just about to open,and the next lead will point to No3 lead ,and if so then you have the correct timing,,but the points set at 0.012" and the plugs to 0.025" ..And when engine idleing adjust timing on the distributor to advance (thats the oppersite to the way it fires and do it with the vacuum pipe off ,,then when engine runs good ,then tighten calmp and refit the vac pipe and test run.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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