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Aternator replacment on a 99 olds intrigue

Do i really have to pull the radiator? or am i able to slide it through the front right wheel well?

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  • chuckntanya Jan 01, 2009

    I dont know about that - your motor must be set up diff than my 98 which is fairly easy to get to - BUT.....if you are havin alt probs GOOD LUCK MY FRIEND! I been havin ALOT of elec probs, doin TONS of research, already replaced alt 3 times,battery, wires, etc - these cars are KNOWN for bein problematic in that dept!! ESPECIALLY in cold weather! but I just recently read about a replacement alt containing circuitry to stop voltage spikes causing these continual probs - DO NOT just purchase a re-man, or you'll be doin this same **** all over again!

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I changed my alt on my 99 and had to take battery out,belt off, the alt...it slides on... its only held in with 1 bolt and are on runners(but the big problem is its a VERY tight space... make sure you have a 15 in rachet.. or a open end one... small hands help!!

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