Question about 1992 Chevrolet S-10
Begin with the #1 piston at top dead center on the compression stroke. Position your distributor and rotor to match up to the #1 plug wire. If you look under the glove box under the carpet there is a single wire with a disconnect in it. Unplug it from itself. If you do not unplug this wire it will burn valves, piston tops and never time correctly. With this wire unplugged time is just like a normal vehicle. Just remember to turn the engine off replug the wire and then let it idle for a few minutes. Turn the engine off, restart it and then you should be good to go. Cranking it and letting it idle gives the computer time to reset itself.
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