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under dist cap, oassanger side of car



If engine turns over but dist. doesn't turn you either have a broken dist. drive hex shaft , broken dist. shaft or holding pin for dist. drive gear on bottom of dist. has sheared off.Pull off dist. cap and try to turn rotor on end of shaft. It should not turn freely.If it does then pull dist. out of motor by removing hold down clamp. Mark rotor position with felt pen mark on dist. housing before removing dist. for proper replacement position.


on a 3.0 it's located under the dist. cap/


The address of the Historical Society Of The Us Dist Court For Eastern Dist Of is: C/O Mcguirewoods L, Richmond, VA 23219



It is in the distributor on the left side under the rotor and bolted on the dist. plate.


It depends on what engine yu have but on a lot of them it is under the coils. If your car has a dist it is inside.


on a 1.5 3ee engine its in the distributer under the dist. cap


it right under the dist. cap .... it has a wire harness with 2 wires coming out of it


if you remove the dist cap there is a small peice with 4 wires on it its held on with two screws on the outside of the dist if you remove the dist cap there is a small peice with 4 wires on it its held on with two screws on the outside of the dist


ignition switch?? ignition module is on distributor, and is under the dist cap, remove the dist cap and rotor bug, it pulls off, then if it was not running you can remove the little black box, its a module, have it checked at autozone for free, take coil off top of dist cap, is as easy as removing the screws, and replacing unit. reassemble it.


Done in open Convention at the City of Guthrie, in the Territory of Oklahoma, on this, the sixteenth day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven, and the Independence of the United States of America one hundred and thirty-first. ATTEST: JOHN McLAIN YOUNG, Secretary. WM. H. MURRAY, President of the Con- stitutional Convention of the proposed State of Oklahomaand Delegate from District No. 104. PETE HANRATY, Vice President ATTEST: CHAS. H. FILSON, Secretary of Oklahoma. ALBERT H. ELLIS, Second Vice President and Delegate 14" District. Philip B. Hopkins, District No. 75. William N. Littlejohn, Dist. 78. C. N. Haskell, District 76. James R. Copeland, Dist. 62. C. S. Leeper, 96. C. V. Rogers, Dist. 64. T. O. James, Dist. No. 1. B. E. Bryant, Dist. 47. C. H. Pittman. J. S. Latimer, 99. J. H. N. Cobb. Jno. B. Harrison, 45. C. N. Board, 73. Joel M. Sandlin, Dist. 22. W. S. Dearing, Dist. 44. L. J. Akders, Dist. 102. David S. Rose, Dist. 15. John L. Mitch, Dist. 29. Geo. A. Henshaw, Dist. 107. W. A. Ledbetter, District 103. W. F. Hendricks, Dist. 10. Christopher C. Mathis, Dist. 100. James H. Chambers, Dist. 105. Edwin T. Sorrells, Dist. 92. William J. Caudill, Dist. 50. Carlton Weaver, Dist. 87. Cham Jones, Dist. 101. Henry S. Johnston, Dist. 17. John M. Carr, Dist. #54. J. E. Sater, Dist. 20. I. B. Littleton, Dist. No. 32. Milas Lasater, District 94. J. B. Tosh, Dist. 52. Samuel W. Hayes, District 85. J. K. Hill, Dist. 63. James I. Wood, Dist. 89. J. J. Savage, Dist. 48. David Hogg, Dist. 43. J. S. Buchanan, Dist. 34. Flowers Nelson, Dist. 68. J. C. Graham, Dist. 106. Delphas G. Harned, Dist. 9. J. A. Alderson, Dist. 12. J. Howard Langley, Dist. 65. Boone Williams, Dist. 97. G. W. Wood, Dist. #8. W. L. Helton, Dist. 24. S. W. Ramsey, Dist. 30. Edward R. Williams, Dist. 3. R. L. Williams, District No. 108. J. F. King, Dist. No. 16. Henry L. Cloud, Dist. No. 23. J. W. Swarts, Dist. 61. E. F. Messenger, Dist. #82. W. E. Banks, Dist. No. 51. John J. Carney, Dist. 36. R. J. Allen, Dist. 93. Gabe E. Parker, Dist. 109. Charles M. McClain, Dist. No. 86. W. C. Hughes, District 28. Fred C. Tracy, Dist. No. 2. H. O. Tener, District 42. G. M. Berry, Dist. No. 18. Joseph J. Curl, 57. William C. Liedke, Dist. 83. O. H. P. Brewer, 77. J. A. Baker, Dist. 81. George Norton Bilby, 6. T. C. Wyatt, Dist. 33. C. H. Bower, Dist. 41. Charles L. Moore, District No. 13. J. K. Norton, Dist. 35. A. L. Hausam, Dist. 70. W.T.S. Hunt, Dist. 27 J. J. Quarles, District #56. A. S. Wyly, Dist. 72. Ben. F. Harrison, District 88. William H. Edley, Dist. 53. E. G. Newell, Dist. 19. Neal B. Gardner, #91. Hamner G. Turner, Dist. No. 80. James A. Harris, 71. Thad D. Rice, Dist. 38. Benjamin Floyd Lee, 110. A. G. Cochran, Dist. 98. Territory of Oklahoma, Logan County: I, Wm. H. Murray, President of the Constitutional Convention of the proposed State of Oklahoma, do hereby certify that the within and foregoing is the original parchment enrollment of the Constitution and the several articles thereof adopted by the Constitutional Convention of the proposed State of Oklahoma, to be submitted to the people of the proposed State of Oklahoma for ratification, and that all the interlineations therein contained and all the erasures and words stricken out, were made and done before the same was signed by the President, the Vice-Presidents, and the members of said Convention. Witness my hand this the sixteenth day of July, A. D., Nineteen Hundred and Seven. Wm. H. MURRAY, President of the Constitutional Convention of the proposed State of Oklahoma ATTEST: JOHN McLAIN YOUNG, Secretary.


It's in the dist. The dist. itself is the cam sensor.


If the whole dist. turns then the dist. hold down clamp is loose. If the rotor button turns all the way around then the roll pin in the bottom of the dist. drive gear is broken. Remove the dist. and inspect the cam gear and dist. gear closely. A BAD OR LOCKED UP OIL PUMP IS THE REASON FOR THIS.


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They are just vent hoses for the distributor and they hide under the fuel rail cover.


Algum is a village of Satyabadi block in Puri district, which is about 4 Kms from Sakhigopal.


Hi Removal of the distributor is a little difficult,you will need to remove dist cap and move it back out of the way,the retaining bolt is located at the back of the base of the dist,you will need an extension bar to reach and remove along with the small lug that holds dist,when you have carried out those steps you should be able to move dist backwards and forwards,the problem you may have at this point is a build up of crud on the base of dist where it goes through engine block,if you can move it upwards a small ammount then get a can of WD40 and fit the tube supplied to it and insert it under dist where it meets the block and give it a good burst it will travel down and lubricate and soften the crud,a little effort moving dist back and forth should allow removal. Brian trainer/assessor


The rotor should be pointing at the #1 plug. If not, due to turning engine while dist was out, you will have to remove the dist. with dist out, you will need to turn the oil pump shaft that the dist sets in. use a long screwdriver for this


The address of the United States Dist Court For The Dist Of Nj Historical Soc N is: One Newark Ctr Fl 19, Newark, NJ 07102-5235


Cam Postion Senor in a 92 is located inside the Distributer. Under the rotor. You can see the plug that goes to it on the under side of the Dist housing.



the dist. is just stuck try turning its base with a pair of channel locks there is also an o ring on the dist. shaft that also has the dist. stuck



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