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1998 Honda Civic EX Distributor Cap And Rotor Change

How to change the distributor cap and rotor in a 1998 Honda Civic EX.

  • conspiracy

    How do you remove a distributor?

    I have a 1984 jeep cherokee v6 and i need to remove the distributor cap , rotor, and the rest. How can this be done easiest.


    Remove the high-tension wires from the distributor cap terminal towers, noting their positions to assure correct reassembly. Remove the primary lead from the terminal post at the side of the.

  • mentalfission

    Messed up changing my distributor rotor. Dumb mistake. Please help?

    So I was replacing my distributor rotor just a few minutes ago. I memorized its position, pulled it off, got a phone call, and. There seems to be only 3 ways it can go on. I know the rotor wasn't pointing up, but I don't remember if.


    I have never seen a rotor that can be put in wrong unless it was the wrong rotor, period. There is a key-slot in the distributor shaft that the key on the rotor fits into. Are you sure you don't.

  • Spazz

    Distributor rotor screw head fell off?

    I accidentally tightened the screw to my distributor rotor too much and the head fell off but the screw is still inside. I tugged on the rotor and it stays in place. I also drove the car around the block and the car runs nice and smooth.


    A distributor is expensive. You don't want the rotor to come off and damage it. So the correct answer is to remove the broken screw and replace it with a new one. It might run that way.

  • zeup_2000

    Does the diameter of a distributor rotor cam matter?

    Vehicle: 1996 MAZDA MILLENIA L . Engine: V6 2. 5 Liter FI. I am looking at a. 526" and. 475" diameter rotor cams. Yea I guess its the same as the Ignition cap (. ). Im not to savvy about this stuff. Its inside what eventually feeds the spark.


    distributor rotor cam. what is that. did you mean the rotor that is inside the ignition cap. is the ignition rotor you are talking about. and whatever you are looking for it has to be.

  • ivegotquestions

    Distributor cap and rotor bad? Dodge Durango?

    I have a 1998 Dodge Durango SLT 5. 2L. The car sat for a few days and I go to start it and it doesnt fire. the battery seems fine and is cranking enough power it seems. it has been foggy and raining forn the past 4 days or so. I opened the hood.


    When a rotor, in a distributor cap, is rotating, it and the sparks will leave carbon tracks. When this builds up enough, the spark will begin to arc between the posts in the distributor.

  • skate_bush

    Distributor cap and rotor?

    i think the firing order is wrong on my 72 cougar 351c. the firing order is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8. but how does that work in the distributor cap. is the distributor cap suppose to be at a specific angle. could this be why my car backfires sometimes when.


    This is a good question. First, you have to find TDC or top dead center. that is when the no. 1 piston is in the top of the compression stroke. I always pull out the number one plug and bump the.

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