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02-18-02, 11:01 AM   #1  
Berch
timing connector

Hi, on a 95 GMC surburban, where is the timing connector located. Need to check the timing.
thanks.

 
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02-18-02, 11:28 AM   #2  
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which engine do you have in the truck?

 
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02-18-02, 11:42 AM   #3  
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As I stated in the other post, there is no need to check the timing. If you suspect timing issues, the chain is likely stretched.

Modern vehicles do not require timing adjustments. The computer compensates. Only when the chain breaks or wears out would you need to set base timing in most typical cases.

You will gain zero benefit by bumping up the timing on a stock fuel injected vehicle.

 
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