Remove distributor cap Either lift off rotor or unscrew and lift off is so equipped
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
buy a new distributor cap and rotor. Unscrew the distributor cap (on the drivers side of the engine block), take note how the existing rotor is sitting, remove it, and place the new rotor in the same position. Put on the distributor cap and screw it into place... very simple job. thats how you change the rotor......he asked about the distributor....try again.
A "tune up" on newer vehicles usually refers to an "ignition tune-up", or where one replaces the spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap, and distributor rotor.
remove rotor from Mercedes 450sel?
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 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.
It pulls off.
remove the distributor cap and grab the rotor then pull straight up.
First remove the Tire, then Remove the 2 bolts holding the Caliper on to the rotor slide the caliper up and remove the 2 tension springs holding the Pads in place.
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.
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
Replace the spark plugs, spark plug wires, spark plug rotor & distributor, put in new air filter & change the fuel filter.
The distributor bearing failing on Nissan's is a common problem and may be related to your problem. Check to see if there is any play in the distributor shaft.
Probably - remove distributor cap and look
Remove the distributor cap. Do not remove the plug wires. Pull the rotor off or remove the screws that hold it on, it that applies, and revese the process with a new rotor.
The Rotor has a small bolt that holds the Rotor on the shaft. Did you Loosen this bolt?
Do you mean rotor? If so, remove the distributor cap and remove the old rotor and install the new one. Simple repair.
Distributor and rotor.Distributor and rotor.
unscrew the 2 screws that hold the distributor cap on,put aside,then,get a10 mm wrench,remove bolt holding rotor on,then put on and put bolt back on and tighten.
The module is located behind the Rotor Arm assembly in the distributor itself. You have to remove the Distributor Cap, then the Rotor Arm and the module is there.
The easy way is to replace the entire distributor with a remanufactured unit. The hard way is to mark position of distributor rotor, remove the distributor from engine,reome cap & rotor, remove drive gear from the bottom of distributor , slide shaft up & out, remove pick up.reverse steps & reset ignition timing. IMPORTANT TO MARK LOCATION OF ROTOR BEFORE REMOVAL
In the distributor,you need to remove the dist cap & then remove the rotor and it will be mounted to the distributor housing
There are 3 screws holding the distributor cap on. After removing the cap, there is a small Phillips head set screw holding the rotor in place on the shaft portion of the rotor.