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Remove alternator from 2002 hyundai sante fe

The bottom boly/pin holding the alternator bracket to the block cannot be driven out. when driving the pint out it runs into a casting on the block.

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I have the same probleme,just a few minute ago a frend tell me only to move the alt. and pry to remove because the lower bracket on the motor is slotted for passing the lower bolt of alt.

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