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Old 05-19-2013, 07:03 PM   #1
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ignition timing and tp sensor??

If I have my timing set at 14° what voltage do I need my tp sensor to be set at to have it ideal correctly??

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Not sure on your year but I have a 347 in my 87 .. It needs to be set to around .97... Cleaning out the idle air control, mass flow, and throttle body while you're there will help... Reset your idle and do it all over.. It won't take long..
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My maf has a stripped screw can't get out grrr. Never been able to find the pcv..if its still there
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