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Replace alternator in ford expadition

Need instructions on how to chage alternator

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Disconnect batt.remove air inlet tube over alt.remove serpintine belt.remove the alt bolts 2 in frt,2 or 3 in bracket on back.disconnect power wire + plug.change alt.reverse procedure to install.easy job.

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