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post #91 of 232 Old 07-08-2013, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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Ok. I took the dist cap off and took the rotor out, removed 2 small bolts and took off the brass colored plate. There is not a shiny metal plate that I can't get to budge. The pickup is under that. Is there a trick or do I just pry it off? Don't want to mess anything up. Please let me know ASAP. Thanks

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post #92 of 232 Old 07-08-2013, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
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post #93 of 232 Old 07-08-2013, 08:48 PM
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????? Anyone??
Now you have to pull the center shaft so it seems. Never done one myself but the picture tells the story. MAKE SURE you mark how it came out. If you do not then it could go in 180 degrees out.

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That diagram is the one for the 6 cyl. The 4 is different
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That diagram is the one for the 6 cyl. The 4 is different
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OK, pull the cap pull the rotor unplug the wiring and lift out the cam sensor says the manual. Maybe it is stuck in there. You DO NOT have to remove the shaft like it showed in the picture that I deleted. Like you need me to run you off on the wrong path to add to your woes.....

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More information; these guys came with one of two different sized distributors.
I happen to have the small one on my '95 4.0.

Some of the information I have says the distributor has to be pulled and yet other information says you do not need to pull it to swap out the camshaft position sensor.

It has to be because of the two different diameter distributors.

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post #98 of 232 Old 07-08-2013, 10:04 PM Thread Starter
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That is for the 6 cyl. The one I have on an engine stand in my garage is simple just like you described. Mine has cap, rotor, two little bolts, brass colored cover plate, shiny plate that is "pressed" onto the stud, and the sensor lives under that. I can't get the shiny plate to "pop" off. Don't know if I need a puller or what but I know something has to give...
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Mine just popped out once I took the rotor off. I have the smaller dizzy though. Can you post a pic of it. It may help us help you.

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Mine just popped out once I took the rotor off. I have the smaller dizzy though. Can you post a pic of it. It may help us help you.
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Ok. I'll take one when I get home.
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post #102 of 232 Old 07-09-2013, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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Ok. Here you go
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post #103 of 232 Old 07-09-2013, 08:38 PM
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Ok. Here you go
If you want to try the smaller dizzy I think I still have a spare one around here and its got a good pick up in it. I won't be able to send it until monday though. Thats the best I can offer. They are $65 new at autozone with the pick up. I am 99 percent sure you can just switch them. I just sent one to que for his 89. You would need to get cap and rotor for a 95 from here on out is all thay would change

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If you want to try the smaller dizzy I think I still have a spare one around here and its got a good pick up in it. I won't be able to send it until monday though. Thats the best I can offer. They are $65 new at autozone with the pick up. I am 99 percent sure you can just switch them. I just sent one to que for his 89.

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Ill cover shipping I use ky corp discount it only cost ke like 6 bucks to overnight it. I had 2 spares. Don't ask but bothcwere good and I should still have one

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this is also my second set of RC springs this year. I'd rather spend the money again and get something that will last.
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Ok. Here you go
Looks like this doesn't it?


I think that your dizzy has to be removed to pull that type of pick up out

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