Question about Ford F-150
Without any other information than that, turn the crankshaft so the timing mark on the harmonic balancer is on the pointer, and remove the dist. cap and look at the position on the rotor. it will either be there, or 180* across. otehrwise you will need to remove a valve cover to watch the rocker arms on the #1 cyl. if you do that, turn the engine over by hand, when the intake rocker opens(the one that lines up with the intake port) then closes, and the timing mark is lines up, you are there.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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