the d6p84-01 v6, and the d4p84-04 four cylinder engine distributors on 1986 and newer pathfinders cannot be rebuilt. if there is a problem then the whole assembly must be replaced.
how do you remove a distributor rotor on a 92 Nissan sentra
baring? maybe a rotor?
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
1)raise the car and remove the tire.2)remove the brake caliper.3)use a screwdriver to remove the hub dust cover.4)remove the cotter pin,adjusting cap,wheel bearing nut and washer.remove the outer wheel bearing.5)remove the hub and rotor assembly.
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.
a little 8 mill screw on bottom of rotor into dist shaft
how do you change the rotor in 2000nisan xterra
You didn't specify brake rotor or ignition rotor. If it's the brake rotor, remove the front wheel, remove the brake caliper, remove the bearing dust cap, remove the cotter pin, and then remove the castle nut, this will free up the rotor to be removed from the spindle. While it's off you may as well replace the wheel bearings. If its the ignotion rotor you simply remove the distributor cap, and then two screws hold the rotor on.
Inside the distriburator after you remove the rotor button.
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In the distributor,you need to remove the dist cap & then remove the rotor and it will be mounted to the distributor housing
Inside the distributer. Remove cap and rotor. Remove plate and there it is- small plastic piece.
Remove distributor cap Either lift off rotor or unscrew and lift off is so equipped
It is inside the ignition distributor. You have to remove the distributor cap first. Then remove a rotor that carries a metal contact by unscrewing a screw from the rotor. The ignition module is below the rotor. You need to remove 2 screws to remove a cover for the ignition module. The two screws are extremely tight and cannot be removed using a normal screw driver. You probably have to use an impact type of electric drill with reversable (counter clock direction) speeds. I still have been able to remove the two screws myself.
If you do not see 2 screws holding it in place it just pulls off.
There are two 10mm tapped holes in the rotor. Use a 10mm bolt in EACH hole, and alternate turning one bolt, then the other to "pry" the rotor from the hub.
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 rotor fong on the brick and bracken causes the rack and pinion to slip. Change the synchromesh, and eat retsyn.
remove dist.cap.unplug wires and hoses mark rotor where it is pointing...remove holddown bolt remove dist.
I assume that you have removed the wheel and so on. In order to remove the rotor you will have to remove the caliper and its bracket. Only after you will be able to remove the rotor.
Remove wheels Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Peel rotor off hub
Remove caliper,rotor comes right out
Remove wheel. Remove brake caliper. Remove brake caliper mount. You can now remove the rotor.
Remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide off hub Remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide off hub
The ignition module is screwed to the base plate of the distributor. Remove the distributor cap and rotor. Remove the two screws that hold it to the base plate. Unplug the two wiring clips from each end and replace.