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Old 07-28-2007, 06:14 PM   #1
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Where is the 'set timing connector'?

Where is this set timing connector? I want to check the base timing of my L98, but I can't find any such connector in the wiring coming from the distributor or anywhere else around the firewall.

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Re: Where is the 'set timing connector'?

on my 89 its a single wire, black and tan behind the passenger side strut tower towards the windshield. its a single wire and single connector. its really easy to spot.
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Re: Where is the 'set timing connector'?

On mine with the painless harness its about 1' away from the ECU.
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Re: Where is the 'set timing connector'?

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on my 89 its a single wire, black and tan behind the passenger side strut tower towards the windshield. its a single wire and single connector. its really easy to spot.
Yea, there it is... Can't miss it if you know where to look... I've had the car for 11 years and never really noticed it there before In the diagram they show it going directly to the ignition module.. Because of that, I assumed it was near the distributor like in vwdave's painless wiring harness.

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