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ignition timing for RX7 Series 3

Any type of technical questions or info

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ignition timing for RX7 Series 3

#1 Post by licence » Thu Sep 14, 2017 4:15 pm

I lost the timing position by installing a new pick up for the ECU modules.I'm not sure how to set the timing,the distributor is the tall one.Any Ideas on this? i do not have a manual. I got it sorted,I found the index mark above the drive gear & lined it up with the timing mark,had to remove codder pin to remove timing wheel to replace new pick up.Then insert dowl pins on advance weights into drive slots.connected advance vaccum arms & set trailing marks on pick up to 5 degree mark.I'll see what happens when the dissy is in place. No luck,wont start.Is there a timing mark on the front rotor that needs to be aligned with the first pully mark in the leading spark plug hole?considering the crank shaft turns 3 times to 1 turn of the rotor? Also, is there a test to see if the ECU ignitors are working by using a multi meter or test light & how many ohms or volts to test for ?

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