Make and year? Mitsubishi Pajero 1991 (last of the square shape)?
To remove the distributor on an EA Falcon, first remove the distributor cap. Use an extension bar to reach and remove the small lug that holds the distributor.
Rotate engine to TDC Intake Stroke Remove Distributor cap Remove vacuum line to vacuum advance if equipped Remove horsehoe type clamp on side of distributor Lift out distributor
you remove the wires that are going to the distributor and look where the distributor meets the intake there is a little plate the rests against the distributor and it has a bolt in it remove that and pull distributor up and out and u have to remove wires that go to the plugs as well
Yes you do. You have to take the distributor shaft out of the distributor to Remove the pick-up coil / stator.
On the 2.8L V6 the distributor cap is held on with two screws. Unscrew the two screws and pull straight up on the distributor cap to remove it from the distributor.
how do you remove a distributor rotor on a 92 Nissan sentra
First unhook the battery. Next, remove the distributor cap and unhook the wire that runs to the coil. Then loosen the distributor clamp (10mm nut) and pull the distributor out.
Bring the #1 cylinder up to top dead center, remove the distributor cap, mark where the rotor is pointing on the distributor body, loosen or remove the distributor hold down and pull the distributor straight up.
Remove the center console/cupholder. Remove the interior doghouse. Remove distributor cap.
How do you remove a distributor on a 2000 nissan xterra
Assuming you have set the engine to #1 TDC and marked the position of the distributor and the position of the rotor, remove the distributor hold-down clamp and it's bolt, then pull the distributor up and out.
Yes you do. The distributor must be removed.
Should have a horseshoe type locking bolt at the bottom side of distributor--remove and twist to lift out
Remove the bolts that hold the distributor cap onto the distributor. Once this is off the rotor can be reached and replaced on a 1994 Acura Integra.
on this old distributor there is a cap that holds the wires in place on the distributor. Is there a trick to remove top cap?
The distributor is a single unit. Set the engine to top dead center. Make a witness mark on the distributor body and the engine case to reassemble and re-align the unit. Remove the distributor clamp holding the distributor in place. Remove and mark the wires. Pull the distributor straight up and out of the engine case. The shaft is keyed and should be in the body of the distributor. Reassembly is the reverse procedure.
In the distributor. You have to remove the distributor cap to gain access to it.
In the distributor,you need to remove the dist cap & then remove the rotor and it will be mounted to the distributor housing
Yes, the distributor has to come out to remove the intake manifold in order to remove the heads.
Mark all of the spark plug wires with their respective cylinder numbers. Remove spark plug wires from distributor. Remove 2 screws that retain distributor cap. Using a paint marker, mark the location of the rotor with respect to the distributor housing. Remove the 2 distributor hold down bolts. Pull distributor from engine. Install new distributor in reverse order, being sure to insert the new distributor with the rotor in the same orientation as the one that you took out.
It pulls off.
I don't know how to remove it but it's inside the distributor yes inside remove the distributor cap and typically it's a small black box.
Probably - remove distributor cap and look
To remove the distributor on your Chevy Celebrity 2.5L 4 cylinder engine: 1, Set the timing to the number one cylinder in the firing position. 2. Remove the distributor cap and put out of the way. If you take out any of the spark plug wires make note of where to put them back. 3. Loosen and remove the retainer clamp and its bolt. 4. Pull the distributor out of the block. To reinstall the distributor reverse the instructions. You will need to re-time the engine when you put the distributor back in.
It's located on the distributor. You don't have to remove the distributor to replace the sensor. Remove the air cleaner, disconnect the negative battery cable, remove the distributor cap, disconnect the camshaft position sensor wiring harness, remove the distributor rotor, lift the camshaft position sensor assembly from the distributor housing Camshaft Position Sensor. Installation, Install the camshaft position sensor into the distributor. Align the sensor into the notch on the distributor housing, connect the wiring harness, reinstall the rotor, reinstall the distributor cap. Tighten the mounting screws, reinstall the air cleaner.