Do what obxautomedic recommended that's the only way out.
Some models use a set screw to secure the rotor to the shaft; loosen or remove (but don't lose) the screw before attempting to remove the rotor. Remove the ignition rotor by lifting it straight off the shaft.
Fig. 3: On most models, the rotor can simply be pulled from the distributor shaft
Before installing, align the rotor and shaft; both have a flat side to insure correct placement. Press the rotor onto the shaft. Install and tighten the set screw if applicable. Install the cap and any seal or gasket carefully onto the distributor; tighten the screws just snug.
Sunday, August 24th, 2008 AT 10:21 PM