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94 ford engine swap timming

I have a 94 Ford it came with the 5.8 engine blew now I got the 5.0 and I can't seem to figure out the timing and how the spout works I have no clue what to do

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Can you be more specific
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pull SPOUT connector out of plug. start engine. Adjust timing to 10* BTDC. Shut engine off. Plug SPOUT in, start engine and you are done. You may run into some issues with the ECM, as it is calibrated for a 5.8, and you now have a 5.0.

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Thanks alot its been giving me gray hairs what should I expect from the ecu I have the eec iv
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