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Old 07-19-2004, 19:56   #1 (permalink)
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Help with timing!

Hi.....I have an issue with my baby-it's an ugly '80 F-150 with a 302. It runs fine but every once in a while it will backfire after turning engine off. Not overheating-replaced cooling system.....also I can't see the timing marks on the flywheel. Which way should I move it? is that counterclockwise or clockwise? If anyone has had some experience in this and has other ideas, that might help too.Thanks, Tim
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