Pull all 4 spark plugs from the distributor, then remove the two screws (7 or 8 mm, cant remember) that hold the cap to the distributor. Pull off the cap, exposing the rotor. Then pull hard on the rotor and it will pop off. You can also use pliers. I dont think it matters much, but I usually remember the orientation of the rotor so the new one goes in the same as the old.
What the HELLLLLL!!!! The rotor was welded to the damn distributor I had to hammer the the living hell out of it just to break it into pieces and take the remainig with pliers. :dead: Took me like 20 min to get a 3 minute job done, but atleast I finally got my tuneup done. Oil change tranny oil change spark plugs cap& rotor pcv valve spark plug wires and god knows what else so anyone got any questions let me know.