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15 degress off TDC

I need to adjust my timing. I did a search on how to, but found nada. Im OBD 1 97jdm h22 in a 95 lude
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Re: 15 degress off TDC

this one could be tricky. Normally, you adjust the timing by loosening the distributor and turning it in a obd1 ride.

Are you using a OBD1 or OBD 2 distributor? (the OBD1 has slots where it bolts.)

Your options are using a OBD1 dizzy or Slotting the OBD2 dizzy.
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ya I have a slotted distributor
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Re: 15 degress off TDC

Then loosen the three bolts holding it on and turn it. Towards the passenger cabin= advanced. Towards you (or the radiator) will retard it. I advise use of a timing light to properly set it.
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Re: 15 degress off TDC

I know that with my OBD2 H22 the bolt on the bottom was keeping me from being able to rotate the dizzy at all, so you have to take it out, adjust your timing, and leave that bottom bolt out, because it doesn't line up at all if it's in.
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ya thanks rug burn, but the dizzys are different for OBD 1 and OBD 2
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