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Old 09-18-2011, 09:14 PM
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Dynamic Timing

I have a '94 7.3 IDIT CC Centurion. It has 112,000 miles on it and the IP has let go. I am having Diesel Injection Service in Lemay, south of the city, down on S. Broadway rebuild it. My question is I live in St. Clair Mo. Does anyone know if there somebody out this way that can Dynamic time it? I don't want someone to time it by ear. It has to be done with the right equipment.
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Wow, I have no idea what it is you're asking. Do you think that's something an International dealer could do?
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Old 09-19-2011, 02:09 PM
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I'm talking about timing my engine. It's just like using a timing light on a gas engine sort of. If the shop has one of these or similar then they can time it; MT257B, Adaptor, Diesel Pulse

I can't see paying $300+ for a tool that I will use once in about 100,000 miles or might not ever use again.

Anybody know of a shop that can do it?
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Old 09-21-2011, 06:17 PM
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There is a shop off of i70 (like within a mile of the Arch) called Broadway Truck Parts or Broadway Ford Parts, something like that. It's like a minute walk from Souldard Farmers Market.

They are always working on big diesel trucks so they should have the equipment to time any diesel engine. I haven't had them do anything for me before, but with all the work they do they should be able to do just about anything. It's at least worth giving them a call.


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Old 09-23-2011, 02:25 PM
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No can do on Broadway Ford. They don't have the equipment any more. They did say Pundmann Ford in St. Charles use to do it back in the day. So I called them. They have an older tech that still knows how and has the equipment. I'll be taking it there next week. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
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