With the #1 cylinder on top dead center (TDC) of the compression stroke, the rotor should point to #1 on the distributor cap.
When the #1 piston is at TDC./ TOP DEAD CENTER on the compression stroke the rotor should be pointing towards the #1 cylinder when the distributor is installed correctly.
rotor should point to cylinder #1
rotor will point to #1 at TDC.
on top dead rotor should be pointing at #1
As on any automobile engine, the rotor turns in a 360 degree circle. When the piston for the number one cylinder is at top dead center on the compression stroke the rotor should point to the number one spark plug tower of the distributor cap.
if the number one piston is at top dead center the rotor should point at number one spark plug wire and rotate toward the next spark plug wire in the firing order.
The cap and rotor are considered wear items and should be replaced. No repair options are practical.
Brake rotor? 2 wd? Remove wheels Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor rotor should "peel off" hub If not "peel off" type Remove center dust cover from hub Remove cotter pin Remove slotted washer Remove nut and washer (bearing will fall out) Rotor will slide off spindle
the rotor should point just to the driver side of the front of the block while the engin is a top dead center, there will be a timing mark on the harmonic balancer for find this, then there is only one way for the distributor cap to go on, the front driver side is #1 cylinder
Remove the wheels Remove the caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide of center hub
The rotor inside the distributor should be pointing at the #1 spark plug.
Should be pointing at the wire that goes to the cylinder that is at tdc. You can contact me for more info as I am having a hard time trying to know what you are asking.
Chevy 350 cylinder 1 on top dead center timing mark aligned , rotor should be at 7:00 (standing at front) distributor cap should be square with engine 7:00 should be at #1 on cap
Shouldn't have to remove center nut - should be peel off rotors should just have to remove caliper and rotor should slide off center hub
wire that as number one or pull dist. and fix.
SHOULD BE OF THE "PEEL OFF" TYPE Remove wheels Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide off center hub
If you mean which point on the distributor cap, the easiest way to find it is to set number one piston at top dead center and see where the rotor is pointing in relation to the distributor cap - the rotor should be pointing to the location of number one park plug wire firing point - this is where the number one spark plug wire should be connected. The rest of the wires are connected according to their firing order.
The minimum thickness for the rotors on an 05 Chevy Equinox is between 0.6 and 0.9 inches. This is the width or thickness of the rotor measured at its thinnest point.
Rotor Under Cap Spins: Clockwise
It is stamped into the rotor. You will have to remove it to be able to read it.
If you turn the engine to TDC on the compression stroke, the distributor rotor will point at the terminal for #1. Most distributors have a mark (usually a 1) on them under the cap to indicate the #1 position for the rotor to point at. The cap tower directly above the rotor point at this position is for the #1 spark plug.
remove wheel, the caliper, then hit the center of the rotor (where the studs stick through) with a hammer to loosen rust---rotor should slide off then
In the middle of the driver side of the motor