How to time a 91 f 250?

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Asked by Dec 09, 2014 at 03:52 PM about the 1991 Ford F-250 2 Dr STD Standard Cab LB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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8,915

are you just doing one side or both

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Both

8,915

what caused it to change did you change the spark plug or did you do an engine rebuild

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Partner I guess that that was the problem. Now distributor cap is loose and has a slight misfire. Got it to start but doesn't sound normal and power isn't the same. Before that bad ecu which is newly installed

8,915

so you put the bad ECU in it? the plugs and the wires and the distributor cap probably need replaced

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Even tho it still fires?

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Ans Distributor is loose ?

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Bought a new ecu

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Didn't even answer my?.... damn

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74,005

Arap,what size motor do you have in it?

74,005

v6/v8???5.4/4.8

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5.8 l v8

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74,005

Get number one cylinder up,and check timing marks,and see if distributor,is on number one.

74,005

Top cam,s

74,005

Firing order,

5,995

My interpretation of the question was set time, like when you take a timing light, put leads on battery and sensor on #1 wire, then turn the distributor (with the tight cap on) to achieve what the book timing is

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74,005

Ytlas ,you are correct,a timeing light would do this all so,

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Thank you is what I needed to know

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