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Old 12-14-2001, 15:10   #1 (permalink)
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What do the timing marks say?

On the timing covers, it says BTDC (below top dead center) on the top cover, and below it, does it say 10 or +0 (as in degrees) and T? I think I'm blind :sad: I messed with my timing more today (advanced it) and I want to make sure I'm not running my car too lean.
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Old 12-18-2001, 17:27   #2 (permalink)
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You will have to either look at the emissions label on the underside of your hood, or you will need to obtain a repair manual to understand this information.

I recommend getting the Chilton's series for your vehicle. These books, in my opinion are the best when it comes to making self repairs to your vehicle.

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I understand it all, I just can't read exactly what it says because of the angle and size of the script. I only figured out the BTDC from the Chilton's manual. Nobody else here seems to know either. I guess I'll have to break down and take the stupid covers off...pita.
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I recommend getting the Chilton's series for your vehicle. These books, in my opinion are the best when it comes to making self repairs to your vehicle.
i second this motion! i would be lost without those books!!!
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