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these are usually located on the firewall on the passenger side under a cover that looks like the letter T.remove the cover and look for a tan with a black stripe wire,this is the wire that needs to be disconnected with the car running you should hear a difference in the idle.set timing and reconnect wire then check to make sure check engine light is off.if not start motor disconnect wire,turn off motor and reconnect wire start motor and check the light it should be off.
The timing should be set at 10 degrees with the service wire connected at 800 rpm and engine at normal operating temperature.Then recheck with with service wire disconnected it should be 8 degrees at 800 rpms.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Please check that there is no leakage in your water cooling system. If there is leakage, it causes the engine to heat up and burnup the gasket. You need to make sure your thermostat is also reset properly depending on the weather condition in Maine.
u have to unplug the spout small gray plug on driver side in the eng comp . on the fender wall on plug that set timming thing it should b 10 deg b4 top dead center then plug spout back in comp will adv timming
set cylinder 1 to top dead center then set the distributer to the #1 wire contact, snug down the distributor and start the engine, then hit the crank dampener with a timming light while clipped to the #1 spark plug wire and turn the distributor till the timming light is showing 0 on the crank, then tighted it down and timming is set.