Question about 1992 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight
Okay, so I'm guessing this message means my alternator has decided to die, as the battery is only a year old. As I was driving home, the battery voltage kept getting lower and, now, after turning the car off, it won't start back up. I called and I can get a rebuilt one for a decent price, but have never replaced one before. It looks like it won't be too hard...are there any things of note I should make sure to attend to when pulling this out and putting a new one in? I would hate to break a finger nail :-P Actually, because of all the integrated computer ****, I just want to make sure that there aren't any other relays or misc gadgets that are going to be affected
IT IS NOT A BAD JOB. unhook battery first and just unbolt and swap out
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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