You need to take the distrubutor cap off, the first thing you will see is the rotor, theres a copper T shapped conductor on the top. stand on the drivers side right in front of the tire looking at the rotor. make sure the T shape looks as it does right there. if it is not turn the key to crank the motor so the rotor will be facing the right way. now look under the copper T and plastic part and theres screw romove the screw and the rotor will come right off just pull up.
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This is an easy job, the alternator is located on the top of the motor, remove the neg battery terminal, next is to remove the belt covers on top then remove the top and bottom bolts to alternator, then flip alternator up and dissconect wires to alternator and remove it, reverse instrucation to install.
Most of the axles I have pulled out only take a good pull straight out from the transmission. You may have to use a pry bar, just put it between the end of axle and transmission to pop it loose. The rotor side should push back through after you remove it from the a arm.
Its easy to set the distributor timming all you have to do is to aligne the crankshaft pully to the marks and see which cylinder is on firing or rather on power stroke you may hve to remove the vavle cover to get the correct cylinder at power stroke which will have the valves (inlet & exhaust )closed.
At the distributor cap removed check out the rotor as to where it is and thts your number one, since you know the firing order so from here you should be able to get the wiring of the distributor correct.
First you remove the wheels
#2 remove the 14mm bolt on the bottom of the calliper and swing the caliper up out of the way of the brake pads. It will pivot on the upper stud the caliper is on.
# 3 remove the pads out of the bracket.
NOTE you will need a special tool to "turn" the caliper pistons back in so you can fit it over the new brake pads.