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Timing marks on crank.should be set to what degree,the engine is a 4.3 w with cpi.

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0 degrees with electronic spark timing wire disconnected which i think is on the passenger side in side the truck under the carpet up towards the heater box.

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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  • Ricky Peters
    Ricky Peters Apr 05, 2011

    0 is TDC .Set on 0 the computer will do the rest.

  • applegate744 Apr 06, 2011

    the tag on the engine where the 0 mark reads bdc.there are 2 grooves on the harmonic balancer.which one do i use.

  • Ricky Peters
    Ricky Peters Apr 06, 2011

    use the second one that comes up

  • applegate744 Apr 06, 2011

    are you guessing or do you really know what your talking about.i wish it had the original sticker under the hood.ive tried it both ways and still no luck.

  • Ricky Peters
    Ricky Peters Apr 06, 2011

    Get # 1 up on the compression stroke as far as the piston will come up to the top of the engine block pull plug fill piston with something rigid but soft and then you will see which one you need which should be the second one.

  • Ricky Peters
    Ricky Peters Apr 06, 2011

    some of these 4.3 engines you have to time it using # 4 cylinder insted of # 1.

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