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Toyota Forklift Distributor Rotor 4Y Part #TY1910263010-ORG

Part Number: TY1910263010-ORG

  • Toyota Forklift Part Number: TY1910263010-ORG
  • $1.64
  • HACUS Aftermarket Parts

    Toyota Forklift Distributor Rotor for 4Y Toyota Engine Part #TY1910263010

    Part Number: TY1910263010

  • Toyota Forklift Part Number: TY1910263010
  • $1.40
  • HACUS Aftermarket Parts

    Cat Lift Trucks Distributor Rotor for GM 4.3L Engine Part #CT93720-09912

    Part Number: CT93720-09912

  • Cat Lift Trucks Part #CT93720-09912
  • $8.22
  • AGMEC Inc.

    Genie 52499 Rotor Assembly

    Part Number: 52499

  • Genuine Genie OEM Part | Fits to Genie Scissor Lift Equipment with a Kubota Engine
  • $16.48
  • HACUS Aftermarket Parts

    Motrec Rotor Clip for Mitsubishi 4G63 Engine Part #MD602758

    Part Number: MD602758

  • Motrec Part #MD602758
  • $1.23
  • HACUS Aftermarket Parts

    Yale Ignition Rotor FE F2 Part #DWYT150022510

    Part Number: DWYT150022510

  • Yale Ignition Part #DWYT150022510
  • $3.62
  • HACUS Aftermarket Parts

    Yale Ignition Rotor FE F2 Part #YT150022510

    Part Number: YT150022510

  • Yale Ignition Part #YT150022510
  • $3.62
  • AGMEC Inc.

    Genie 23464 Rotor

    Part Number: 23464

  • Original Genie OEM Part | Fits to Genie Aerial Lift Equipment Engine
  • $13.95
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    The rotor is a key component to the ignition system. The distributor rotor passes the voltage from the ignition coil to the engines cylinders to ignite the air fuel mixture and power the engine. The distributor rotor works by spinning within the distributor cap continuously. The spinning rotor continuously makes and breaks contact with the terminals which intermittently creates an electrical connection through the ignition wires and to the spark plugs. Rotors wear out easily which effects the reliability of the spark at the spark plugs. If the spark is weak or is mistimed with the piston, your engine will have trouble starting. A few symptoms of a worn or faulty ignition rotor are your engine misfiring, not starting, or making unusual clicking noises. Rotors are relatively inexpensive so if you are having trouble starting your equipment, check the build up and wear on your rotor and swap out your rotor to get your equipment up and running again.