Bad distributor Bad coil Bad distributor cap Bad rotor
1994 Honda accord ex remove rear rotor
To change the distributor rotor on a1998 Honda Civic unplug the spark plug wires from the cap. Loosen the screws and remove the cap on the unit. Be sure to properly line the new cap on the distributor and install.
try replacing your distributor, distributor cap, rotor, and maybe the spark plug wires.
bad cap or rotor . ignition coil , or ignition mudgule or new or rebilt distributor
You may have messed up the timing when you put on the new distributor cap.
If you still can, just put the new cap and rotor on and install the plug wires the same way they are on your old cap.
Bad spark plug wire or distributor cap. Replace them both plus the rotor.
Tune it up. Replace the spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, fuel filter, and air filter.
Distributor and rotor.Distributor and rotor.
If the rotor of the 2001 Honda Accord will does not have mounting hardware it is pressed on. To remove these types of rotors the caliper will have to be unmounted. The rotor will then come off.
A fouled spark plug, high tension wire breaking down, a bad distributor cap/rotor, coolant leaking into the combustion chamber, etc.
For a 2000 Honda accord, according to the specifications at autozone.com:.905 (In thousandths of an inch)Application:Front rotor.394 (In thousandths of an inch)Application:Rear rotorWith 4 cylinder engine.354 (In thousandths of an inch)Application:Rear rotorWith 6 cylinder engine
mark position of old distributor on motor and on old dist, also mark position of rotor. Remove old distributor, mark the position on new distributor, move rotor to the marked position, drop in
According to ( about . com and autozone . com ) The 2.7 L - V6 engine in a 1996 Honda Accord is : 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6 The distributor rotor turns COUNTER-CLOCKWISE The engine cylinders / spark plug locations are numbered : 1----2----3 4----5----6 front of Accord
unplug battery, pull on the distributor cap, remove distributor rotor, slide out dust cover, pull 4 Phillips screws that hold coil in place, remove wiring, replace reversed of removal.
Unscrew the screws holding the cap and lift it up and away from the distributor. Pull the rotor straight up and install the new one.
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In the distributor, under the rotor.In the distributor, under the rotor.
Do you mean rotor? If so, remove the distributor cap and remove the old rotor and install the new one. Simple repair.
Plugs, wires, rotor, cap, pcv valve.
If a 2000 Honda Accord is making a howling noise when the brakes are pressed the rotor may be the issue. When a brake rotor becomes warped the wheel will not stop smoothly, and in turn create several different noises.
Inside the distributor cap under the rotor
MSD w/ a rev limitor.