Question about Dodge Pickup
Hook up to timing light, start vehicle. loosen distributor hold down bolt. aim timing light at timing mark. rotate distributor either way untill the proper mark lines up, then tighten hold down clamp, shut off vehicle then unhook timing light. rpms should be at least 650 to 700, for automatic tranny.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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