Question about 1992 Buick Roadmaster
No special tools. phillips screwdriver is all you need. critical part is getting wires on the right terminals. You first have to identify the proper orientation of the cap. It only goes on one way. Look for the tang on the cap that must fit into the notch in the housing. Align the old and new caps and move the wires one by one from the old cap to the new cap. Then use the screwdriver to turn each of the 4 retaining lugs. You push down on the screwdriver and turn them CCW about a quarter to a half turn. The cap should then come off. The rotor is there underneath. Remove the 2 screws and install the new rotor--it only goes on one way. Put the cap on, making sure the tang fits into the notch. The lugs should go back easily if the cap is on right. That's it, you're done. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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