Question about Chevrolet Malibu
The timing should be set at 6 degrees before top dead center only for California emission equipped vehicles, and unless the engine code was "CCC" (check the emission label if the vehicle still has one) or had federal emissions then the ignition timing should be set at 8 degrees before top dead center. and 10 degrees before top dead center for high altitude vehicles.
The #1 cylinder is located at the front spark plug on the driver side, and here is a firing order diagram top help assist you.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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