Question about 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan
There does not appear to be much room to work on this alternator, do I have to remove anything else to get to the alternator
First I removed both bolts to the alternator and and then a horizontal bracket. Because the alternator is on the backside of the engine I removed all the bolts (except one I could not reach) to the vertical bracket that holds the top bolt of the alternator that I could reach which allowed me to move the vertical bracket enough to wiggle the unit between the side of the engine and hoses and wires that run in the area. It is tight but there is just enough room to remove and reinstall the alternator.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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This is hard to due to limited space. Disconnect the neg. battery cable then the wiring and take the belt off and finally the mounting bolts.
You have to also remove the intake manifold to have room for removal. in most cases
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