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How to set timing on a chevy silverado v6 after the distributor shaft has been changed and motor has been turned over?

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Is the vehicle currently running and setting the code ckp comp correlation code?

  • P1345 - Crankshaft Position (CKP)-Camshaft Position (CMP) Correlation.Let me know I believe I may be able to assist in correcting this issue. If it's not starting we'll have to reset the distribitor and bring the the engine to top dead center on cylinder 1.
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