Question about 1995 GMC Sierra C1500
Remove the cap and mark the rotor to the distributor housing so you reinstall it in the same place.Remove the rotor from distributor and put it on a vise.On the bottom where the gear is you will see a roll pin.Use a punch and hammer and remove it.Spray some carb cleaner and spray it down the shaft and twist and turn the shaft while pulling up on the shaft.This will make it easier to come off.You might have to keep adding carb cleaner til it comes out.Then install the new shaft,gear, and roll pin.Then reinstall the distributor and align it to your mark.Good luck.
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