Chevy Camaro Z28

How do you replace a pickup coil on a 1989 Chevy Camaro Z28?


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2015-07-15 19:39:04
2015-07-15 19:39:04

Take the dist cap off. mark the base of the dist and engine block so you can put it back where it was. Mark where the rotor is pointing. Pull the dist out and mark where the rotor is pointing now to facilitate replacing the dist. Remove the gear off of the dist shft. notice there is an indentation on the gear corresponding to the rotor. pull the shaft out of the dist and then remove and replace the pick up coil and make sure the relucter ring doesn't hit when tightening the screws. Reverse removal.Make SURE th e rotor is pointing the same direction EXACYLY as it was when you removed it.


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