The Distributor Cap on the 93 and 94 Caprices are fastened to the base with two screws. The screw in the front of the Distributor Cap is relativley easy to access. However, the screw on the back of the Distributor Cap is a bit of a challenge. I use a screwdriver with a flexible shaft and a 9/32" socket. Prior to getting this screwdriver, I used a 1/4" ratchet wrench with the 9/32" socket on a 2" extension.
If you have the LT 1 engine, you have to purchase a special deep socket from your local parts house. There are 2 screw that are recessed into the case. you can access them without removing the distributor. Repair parts are available in the $100 range, or replacement dist. not much more.
The cap and rotor are considered wear items and should be replaced. No repair options are practical.
In the distributor,you need to remove the dist cap & then remove the rotor and it will be mounted to the distributor housing
how do you remove a distributor rotor on a 92 Nissan sentra
That is the only electrical device that is in the distributor. Remove the distributor cap and rotor and you will see it.
If you remove the distributor cap and look at the left side of the distributor you will see a electrical connector and that is the cam sensor. You will have to remove the rotor button to get to it.
It's the distributor rotor that you are looking for & it's under the distributor cap. Remove the distributor cap and there you will find the rotor.
remove rotor from Mercedes 450sel?
It is the only electronic device that is in the distributor. remove the cap and rotor and you will see it.
It pulls off.
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.
remove the distributor cap and grab the rotor then pull straight up.
Rotor Under Cap Spins: Clockwise
If you remove the distributor cap and rotor you will see it bolted to the plate and it will have electric wires pluged into it. It will be on the right side of the distributor.
Cap and rotor, yes. Points, no.
It's inside the distributor cap.
If you mean the rotor from inside the distributor. Just unclip the 2 clips and lift up the distributor cap then use a nut driver to remove the 2 bolts on the rotor.
If you will remove the #1 plug, (driver's side front of engine), then turn that cylinder to top dead center, (TDC), on the compression stroke, you can then remove the distributor cap and look at the rotor. The rotor will now be pointing to the #1 plug position. GET THE NUMBER ONE CYLINDER TOP DEAD AND THE ROTOR IN THE DISTRIBUTOR SHOULD BE PIONTING AT IT
Probably - remove distributor cap and look
The rotor only fits one way on to the distributor shaft.
Distributor and rotor.Distributor and rotor.
rotor should point at number 1 plug lead when engine is at tdc make a mark with whiteout ,on outside of distributor before you remove distributor cap. make this mark where the #1 spark plug lead would be if distributor cap was on distributor when you remove cap this is where rotor needs to be pointing
under the rotor on the inside of the distributor cap
Remove the distributor cap and rotor. Now look in the distributor and you will see an electronic device that has 2 different electrical connectors on it. That will be the module. remove the 2 screws and take it out.