Typically around 28-32 degrees
New points, .019"Used points, .016"
if you have a dwell meter it should be between 28 and 32 degrees, if you set them at 30 degrees your right on, use a paper matchstick between the points while it's on the lobe and it will be close.
your dwell angle will be 29 timing ( initial ) will be 6 degrees below TDC
there is a Allen head screw sticking out of the distributor behind the slide up door that adjusts the points, you need a dwell meter to set them properly.
book of matches, take a match out of the book and use the non fire end and stick between the points and it will be real close, if you have a dwell meter the setting is 28 to 32 on the dwell.
.027 / 35 - 40 dwell / for the 1969 1/2 ton Ford truck .025 / 37 - 42 dwell / for the 1969 3/4 and 1 ton Ford truck
The firing order for a 1969 Pontiac Lemans 350 is: 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 Additional info FYI: Ignition timing: 9 degrees BTDC #1 cyl location: LEFT FRONT Distributor rotation: COUNTER CLOCKWISE
It looks like the same body but the VIN #'s won't be right
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