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Old 12-18-2004, 02:22 PM
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Olds 455 Timing Marks/

Where the hell are they? I got marks on the damper, but nothing to compare them to. Possible I dont have one?

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Some Oldsmobiles use a plastic timing indicator attached to the timing cover. It may have been broken off. I've seen it a bit on the core engines I buy.
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timing marks

What year ?
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its in my 74 cutlass
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timing gauge location

1974 should be on the timing cover to the right and below water
pump 1976 and up have a timing gauge bracket including an eyelet for magnetic pick-up mounted straight up and below water pump. Shine flashlight downward behind the water pump to reveal gauge. If it is not present use a fully electronic timing
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