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Installed dist.trucks running but can't get on timing mark
1999 Chevrolet 2500 Pickup

Installed dist.trucks running but can't get on timing mark

(1999 Chevrolet C2500)
massive hesitation when warms up
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on June 08, 2015
'IF' you have the distributor installed correctly... The cam retard (distributor adjustment) has got to be set with proper scan tool to 0.. +/- 2° on scanner live data - using functional test....That's how it's done!
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on June 08, 2015
'IF' you have the distributor installed correctly... The cam retard (distributor adjustment) has got to be set with proper scan tool to 0.. +/- 2° on scanner live data - using functional test....That's how it's done!
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on June 30, 2015
Did you unplug the ignition system wire before you set the timing? It is located under the dash, (glovebox) and is black and tan. Unplug, set the timing, shut engine off then replug and it should be fine.
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