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How do i adjust the timing it failed smog they say it is 30 BTDC out of range when CTS disconnected

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1989?? it has a distributor ,use a timing light and set to 6?

Posted on Sep 03, 2010

  • milcowboy00 Sep 03, 2010

    do i have to disconnect cts or just set to 6 and yes it is a 1989

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    Colin Stickland Sep 04, 2010

    doesnt make a lot of difference disconnecting the advance/****** vacumn pipe not on tick over ,this is what could be wrong actualy pull the other end of the pipe off the inlet manifold and **** on it to see if it holds a vacumn ,if it doesnt then renew the vacumn unit ,the diaphgrm splits inside so the timing doesnt advance up as it should giving you the readings ,when in actual fact your emmisions test should have probe up the exhaust and then measure the gas readings ,which as this is an older vehicle with no cat exhaust it only has to read less that 2 CO2 on idle and about 14 at 2500rpm ,so what they messing around with ?? In all honesty i dont think these so called testers know what they are doing ,they are not irish are they by any chance??

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