It is not adjustable, its controlled by the computor.
how do you set timing on a 1985 350 gmc truck
0 degrees at TDC.
Distributer cap and rotors are common. Have seen reasonably new ones go bad on these. Also have seen leaking fuel rails under the plenum.
It sets in 0 degrees.
The timing for this engine is electronically controlled and not adjustable
timing chain or distributer --or gypsies, gremlins etc.......
0 TDC. Top dead center
YES. That engine used a timing chain and 2 gears in behind a cover bolted to the front of the engine.
It does not have a timing sensor.It has a electronic timing controll module under the distributor cap on the left side of the distributor base plate.
YES, There the same engines. It will be a direct bolt in.
if the shaft is loose in the distributor, you either need to rebuild or replace distributor.if distributor itself is loose there is a bolt at the base of the distributor that holds it in place