I pulled the distributor on a 92 rodeo with the v6. someone bumped over the engine while it was out. Need help re-setting the timing from scratch. can anyone help?

Asked by Jul 26, 2015 at 11:13 PM about the 1992 Isuzu Rodeo 4 Dr S V6 SUV

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Static time it, use the service manual for research, you can obtain info free at the public library. you need the drawing provided for the cap, the firing order, and to know how the manufacturer numbers the cylinders. then remove #1 plug, find a suitable soft material to make a stopper for it, plug that hole, crank the engine, when it pops out with force, thats compression stroke. turn timing marks to TDC, install, point the rotor, line up any drive at distributor base. be observant. you cannot teach experience. Or ask help from a technician.

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