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Is there a wire to unplug to set the timming?

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Not in less this has a distabitor is coil pack all you need to do is line it back up top dead center on all points

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to reset the timeing tou will have to have the vehicle running. you will need to get a timming light. loosen your distributer so you can turn it but DO NOT turn it until your are ready. on the timming light you will have a camp running on one wire and a gun with a light in it. hook the clamp up to your number one spark plug wire. On your vehicle under the hood it should say on a sticker what the timing should be set at EX: 1.2.3.4.
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