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Timing marks on 5.0 motor i change the motor and put a carb motor in it instead of its factorey motor. and i need to know how to time it.

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Are you saying you now have non fuel injected motor with a distributor. Whats going to matter here is the computer and whether or not you swapped it out also. To be able to give any advise one would need to know the year of the engine to know the specs.

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