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02-18-02, 11:32 AM   #1  
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timing connector

Hi, on a 95 GmC surburban, with a 5.7l engine, where is the lacation of the timing connectior

 
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02-18-02, 11:40 AM   #2  
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No need or benefit to adjust the timing on a modern vehicle. It is computer controlled and usually will undo what you set.

If you must know, try the links in my signature file.

Why are you touching the timing?

 
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02-18-02, 11:44 AM   #3  
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I think you're referring to the EST (Electronic Spark Timing) connector, which must be disconnected prior to setting your timing with a timing light...

this is a single wire connector, wire is tan with a black stripe...depending on your ignition system it is located under the heater box inside the engine compartment or right next to the distributor...

the correct timing for your truck should be located on the sticker on top of the radiator or fan shroud...

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