All you should have to do is pull the rotor up and it should come roight out, and all you have to do is push a new one back on, it will only go on one way. In addition to the accurate response above, if it's the original rotor, it may not just pull off easy as there will be a bit of rust on the stem. If so, carefully use a long flat head screwdriver to pry it up from the base of the rotor.
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
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.
Assuming you are asking about a 4.0L engine... Remove the distributor cap. Remove the rotor. Unplug the camshaft positioning sensor from the harness. Lift carefully where the cable feeds through the distributor to the CMP and remove. Put replacement CMP in the same place and connect it to the harness. Replace the rotor and distributor cap. Courtesy of xjtalk.com
the module is in the distributor the module is in the distributor. you will have to remove the cap and rotor. it should be held on by 2 screws. good luck
there is no distributor on a 98 rav. therefore no cap or rotor. replace the plugs and wires and the tuneup is done
Under the rotor inside the distributor capUnder the rotor inside the distributor cap
Doesn't have em
You will need to remove the tire and wheel of your 1998 Oldsmobile. Remove the brake pad assembly. Tap on the brake rotor with a hammer or mallet. Slide the brake rotor off. Reverse the process to install the new rotor and pads.
1-3-4-2 Distributor rotates clockwise.
Remoce wheels Remove 2 caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Remove rotor
You need to remove the wheel, the caliper and the caliper mount. After you do that you can remove the caliper.
First remove distributor cap. loosen the bolt that holds down distributor and take holding plate of MAKE SURE YOU MARK DISTRIBUTOR POSITION AGAINST BLOCK AND ROTOR AGAINST DISTRIBUTOR HOUSING. pull out distributor from engine. now take out the pin that holds the gear on the distributor rotor shaft take the gear of the shaft, position of gear on shaft is not important. now from the the top of the distriburator pull the rotor shaft out and wow la. camshaft position sensor is ready to be taken out. To install just reverse the steps and when you ready to install the gear on shaft make sure that the gears is against the distributor housing and not on the tip of the shaft (up side down). installing distributor on engine. install the the rotor on shaft and turn it about 20 degrees clock wise so when you push the distributor into the engine is going to turn back to the original position. You are welcome jcdl. 7-10-08
Should be of the "peel off" type Remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide off hub
There is no distributor cap, only a ciol pack that the plug wires go to
Remove the cap with wires and push them to the side. Pay close attnetion to the direction the rotor is pointing to and scribe a mark onto a nearby engine part; your new distributor needs this reference point. Unbolt old distributor and remove wires. Install new distributor, and as you do, start feeding the shaft gear so that the rotor ends up pointing to your earlier reference point. In most cases the distributor will not go down all the way because the oil pump drive is not engaged, however, apply a small amount of downward pressure to the distributor and have someone bump the key and it will drop in place. Reattach the cap and wires. Done. I hope this helps you.
Straight forward - only problem you may run into is the bolt that holds the the rotor. You will need an Allen Bit 7mm to remove the rotor.
The cam position sensor is inside the distributor. There is a wire harness that exits the side of the distributor. That's it. You have to remove the distributor to change that sensor.
Remove the front tire, and set aside. Remove the two brake carrier retaining bolts on the rear of the brake assembly. They're either 17 or 19 mm (if I remember correctly). Once the brake assembly is out of the way, there is only a screw holding the brake rotor in place. Take a large Philips head screwdriver, and simply unscrew it. Remove the rotor. In some cases where the screw is frozen onto the assembly, you may have to use PB BLASTER to remove it, but BE CAREFUL. Thoroughly clean the rotor and brake assemblies with a good brake parts cleaner to remove the lubricant, as brakes and rotors are NOT something that you'd want to be slick.
Distributor rotor turns clockwise. Firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
Torque specs for a 1998 Volkswagen jetta 2.0
Begin by removing the positive cable from your 1998 VW Jetta battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. There will be three starter retaining bolts.
Take the distributor cap and rotor off and that electric device that you see is the cam sensor.
Locate the radiator. Disconnect the coolant hoses on the radiator. Unfasten the drain plug. Remove the mounting bolts on the radiator and slide it down to remove it.