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I never thought I would own a truck that....

Discussion in 'Dakota, 1998-2013 Durango and Aspen' started by Peymack91, Oct 23, 2016.

  1. Meester Beeg

    Meester Beeg Active Member

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    There should be a bracket with the timing marks on the front of the engine and a notch in the balancer. Set timing as you would a points dizzy except disconnect the engine temp sensor on the R side of the t stat with engine at operating temp.
     
  2. Peymack91

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    I will do this tomorrow and get back with results. Thanks!
     
  3. Peymack91

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    Timing was set at 0 TDC. No wonder it's gutless.
     
  4. Meester Beeg

    Meester Beeg Active Member

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    And it's supposed to be...?
     
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    For a full size truck a few years older the spec is 10 degrees BTDC.
     
  6. Bob Lincoln

    Bob Lincoln "CHECK FAULT CODES"
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    Doesn't matter, can change from year to year. Need the spec for that vehicle, that year.
     
  7. Meester Beeg

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    IIRC the spec is 10 BTDC.
     

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