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93 Camry 2.2L Distributor Rotor Replacement

Hi,
Having a problem with an intermittent misfire under acceleration load.
Replaced Distributor cap, it was worn so I replaced it. Couldn’t
release the rotor so I left it even though it was worn. Still getting
the misfire, though it isn’t as bad as it was. How can I replace the
distributor rotor? (93 Camry 2.2L)
Thanks.

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  1. admin says:

    randall.and…@gmail.com wrote:
    > Hi,
    > Having a problem with an intermittent misfire under acceleration load.
    > Replaced Distributor cap, it was worn so I replaced it. Couldn’t
    > release the rotor so I left it even though it was worn. Still getting
    > the misfire, though it isn’t as bad as it was. How can I replace the
    > distributor rotor? (93 Camry 2.2L)

    =======================
    Have you checked the coil?
    If it’s under the cap, these have been known to cause problems.

  2. admin says:

    randall.and…@gmail.com wrote:
    > Hi,
    > Having a problem with an intermittent misfire under acceleration load.
    > Replaced Distributor cap, it was worn so I replaced it. Couldn’t
    > release the rotor so I left it even though it was worn. Still getting
    > the misfire, though it isn’t as bad as it was. How can I replace the
    > distributor rotor? (93 Camry 2.2L)
    > Thanks.

    There is often a screw that holds the rotor on the shaft. With the cap
    removed, have someone rotate the engine-you’ll see the screw.

  3. admin says:

    William <wil…@bellsouth.net> wrote:
    > randall.and…@gmail.com wrote:
    > > Hi,
    > > Having a problem with an intermittent misfire under acceleration load.
    > > Replaced Distributor cap, it was worn so I replaced it. Couldn’t
    > > release the rotor so I left it even though it was worn. Still getting
    > > the misfire, though it isn’t as bad as it was. How can I replace the
    > > distributor rotor? (93 Camry 2.2L)
    > > Thanks.
    > There is often a screw that holds the rotor on the shaft. With the cap
    > removed, have someone rotate the engine-you’ll see the screw.

    No screw, this things fit tight. Pry it off.

  4. admin says:

    Yep and if it is that worn it may also have some rust under it as well
    since it sounds like maintenance was neglected.


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    > William <wil…@bellsouth.net> wrote:

    > > randall.and…@gmail.com wrote:
    > > > Hi,
    > > > Having a problem with an intermittent misfire under acceleration
    load.
    > > > Replaced Distributor cap, it was worn so I replaced it. Couldn’t
    > > > release the rotor so I left it even though it was worn. Still
    getting
    > > > the misfire, though it isn’t as bad as it was. How can I replace
    the
    > > > distributor rotor? (93 Camry 2.2L)
    > > > Thanks.

    > > There is often a screw that holds the rotor on the shaft. With the
    cap
    > > removed, have someone rotate the engine-you’ll see the screw.

    > No screw, this things fit tight. Pry it off.

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