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Charlie don't surf..
'92 Ford Bronco XLT
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Setting the timing on my Bronco after pulling the distributor. Got the base timing set to 10 degrees. that was with the spout out and the engine warmed up. What should the timing go to after you put the spout back in? you don't need to set the timing again right?
 

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Satyr of the Midwest
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The PCM will advance the timing several degrees from baseline with the spOUT reconnected. No, you don't have to reset it; that's the whole point of PCM-controlled ignition timing. You should probably have set it a little more advanced than the factory 10° BTDC though, unless you're going in for emissions testing. It yields higher peak cylinder pressure, thus better mileage, power, etc.
 

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Charlie don't surf..
'92 Ford Bronco XLT
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Thanks. I thought I had the procedure right.:thumbup
 
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