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i want to advance my timing a little. can i just turn the distributor with everything turned off? or do i still have to unplug the spout thing. if i do, where is it n wats it look like? thanks
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Don't do this, get a timing light. There's no other accurate way to do it.
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i want to advance my timing a little. can i just turn the distributor with everything turned off? or do i still have to unplug the spout thing. if i do, where is it n wats it look like? thanks
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