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How do you set the timeing on a 91 ltd crown victoria?

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On all cars bring piston to top dead center on the #1 piston... install distributor with rotor cap pointing 2 the number one position on the cap , install wires turn car on and take a timing light (must have tool) and use as per direction, set timing by turning the distributor till it reaches the right number or tab see front of motor crank pulley and tab on block. if you have a crank trigger the timing will be factory set and if u install new distributor , it will set automatically. if this is to confusing u need to see a mechanic .sorry

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SOURCE: how to assemble left rear bakes on 1985 crown victoria LTD

this might sound stupid but i assume the right rear is together ? take that drum off and walk back and forth till the other side is back together . that is how alot of mechanics do it. one side at a time so you always have the other side to look at.

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SOURCE: Engine does not start immediately when cranking

The problem could be many things. Is the engine light on? Check for proper fuel pressure. Remove one spark plug and inspect. Your vehicle may just need a simple tune up. Spark plugs,distributor cap and rotor,fuel filter.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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