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    Distribution cap and rotor

    Hey Folks
    Changing my Distribution cap and rotor on my 2.5L 97 Tj, and i can't seem to get the rotor off. It's like fused on.
    Am i good to just break it off, is there a secret i'm missing.
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    Do you have a Naynes manual? If not, it'd be a good investment. I can't say as to your Jeep in particular, but most rotors I've seen just pull up off the distributor shaft... I'd be wary of breaking it off, but I'm a cautious guy by nature.

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    It's push on, pull off type. Same as on mine, if it's been on there a while it'll be tight! Give er!
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