It depends how the distributor is driven, if it is an ohv engine or the distributor is driven by a shaft in the side of the cyl block, the distributor should be driven by a helical gear. To remove this you loosen the pinch bolt at the base of the distributor that clamps it onto the engine, give it a wiggle side to side and just pull until it comes out. Obviously remove the wires and plug leads first, noting the order the leads are in and replace them EXACTLY as they came off, also mark the body of the distributor to a mark on engine block so when it is re-fitted, the marks line up for easy timing. Hope this helps
No. They will stay on the hard drive.
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
If you are using a laptop, you will have to remove some screws from the bottom and then carefully remove the hard drive using an appropriate tool. If you are using a desktop, you will have to remove a few screws from the back that is holding the hard drive in. You will also have to remove a plug that goes from the hard drive to the computer. Then, do these steps in reverse with the new hard drive.
it is a player that runs directly off the hard drive
You can access the hard drive from the bottom of the laptop. If you turn the laptop upside down, you'll find the hard drive door under the Toshiba sticker with the laptop serial number. Remove two screws from the hard drive cover and then remove the cover. Slide the hard drive to the right and remove it. Transfer the hard drive bracket to a new hard drive.
Yes, Surely it will remove everything on hard drive. Formatting a hard drive means to remove everything on hard drive. If you are formatting only a specific drive like C:\ or D:\ then the data in only that drive will be removed.
A new hard drive can be found at computer stores, or directly from the manufacturer. The hard drive can be found on the Internet with a simple search.
A an internal hard drive that plugs directly into the motherboard.
It will remove the virus (and everything else) from that drive but it will not necessarily remove the virus from the computer.
No. However, if you remove the hard drive, it can be used as a regular hard drive in a computer.
To remove the hard drive on a Dell Dimension 2350 desktop computer, one has to open up the system unit. The hard disk can then be unscrewed from the drive bay.
To remove a partition on a slave hard drive you can go into the BIOS. You should look up a guide if you plan to do this.
The hard drive just pulls away from the top of the console
You cannot hook up a hard drive directly to a cable box.
# Open Up the case # disconect all cables going to the hard drive # Remove the screws holding it in place # pull/push the drive out of the coumputer
Yes. Actually, there is no need to remove the hard drive. You can format the existing hard drive and install XP on it as well. Note: Yes, you can there is no need to remove the hard drive. You can format the existing hard drive and install XP. and also you can install both opreting system single computer. XP and vista both.
i always remove the external hard drive before shutting down my laptop
In order to remove a external hard drive one must first disconnect it from the the computer by clicking through the hard dives and entering the options and disconnecting.
Format it or delete it.
To remove the hard drive and Xbox 360 one needs to switch off the console. Turn it horizontally, locate the hard drive cover release, slide the release to the front of the console and then pull the tab to release the drive.
Yes. All data on the hard drive will be destroyed, including the Windows Registry.
Formatting the hard drive and reinstalling will remove viruses. You might have to clean the boot sector on your hard drive too, if you caught one of so called boot sector viruses.
Remove the outside of the case. Below or above the DVD drive will be hard drive boxrs with something poking out the top. Disconnect the cable from the motherboard to the harddrive and pull it out.
The RPM of your hard drive. A 7000RPM drive is faster than a 5000RPM drive, and an SSD is faster than all Platter hard drives.
Assuming there is only one hard drive on the computer, then yes.