CHEVY HOW DO YOU ADJUST ENGINE TIMING ON A 2.2L

1998 Chevrolet S-10

Tiny

Aquaman

June, 19, 2008 AT 8:36 PM

Well we are buying one thats used from a used parts retailer that gives us a 2 year warrenty on any part sold by them for an additional fee. The standard warrenty is 90 days on anything sold. Even electrical parts such as this. And its coming out of a same year same model truck and has the same part number and vin code designation markings. So we should be fairly safe. The guy at our local dealership said if there was any issues with compatability or reprogramming was needed he would do it for 50$. We are getting the module for 25$. Considering a new one, out of the box, is 550$ this is our cheapest easiest way out on a tight budget.

Tiny

blackop555

June, 20, 2008 AT 9:08 AM

Sounds like a very good deal you got there! Just go with the warrenty!

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