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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ignore me if I am wrong, but I believe the timing is ECU defined and non-adjustable. To confirm, it has a crank position sensor.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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Turn off the engine and connect a tachometer to the distributor per the manufacturer's instructions. Connect the timing light to the battery and then to the number one ignition wire. Start the engine and verify it's idling at 1,000 RPM. Adjust the idle speed if necessary
Point the timing light at the crankshaft pulley to determine the amount of adjustment needed. Adjust the timing by loosening the distributor mounting bolts and turning the distributor until the crankshaft timing mark lines up with the middle line of the timing light.
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