Question about 1989 Ford F 150
First clean the balancer and find the timing mark, mark it clearly with a chalk ,or crayon, or liquid paper, 10 degrees BTDC. Get the engine warm, now remove the timing connector ( Its a little gray plastic connector near the distributor, its 2 pins) disconnect that , then start the engine and set the timing. Tighten the distributor, Check it again, if ok, turn eng off and reconnect the timing connector. you are done.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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