Question about 2004 Nissan Sentra
If you take old dizzy out,wherever motor is stopped,just put new one in,taking note of position of rotor,to where the old rotor was pointing.pick a spot on the motor or bonnet when you first take cap off,to where rotor is pointing,then note where dizzy sitting in relation to clamp bolt.OR,get timing pulley on TDC,then note where rotor pointing
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