Question about 2001 Ford Escape
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you must remove the front passenger wheel assembly, cv shaft, intermediate shaft unbolt the alternator and then remove the alternator bracket only then can the alternator be pulled out
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Loosen the belt by loosing a tensioner bolt on the alternator. Disconnect the battery and cables from the alternator. Replace with new alternator and hook up the power cables to it. Then reconnect the battery and you're done. Mike. Rate 100% please.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Release the tension on the belt, remove the wiring on back of alternator and remove the bolts. Installation is reverse of removal.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
Disconnect the negative side of the battery. Then, remove the tire. Next, you must have to remove the halfshaft -you may want to remove it complete instead of broke the metal tag- This is the easy part. This is the difficult part: The next step is dettach the alternator. It has three bolts: one in the top, two in the bottom, after remove them, you must have to unplug it. It suppose to take off the car by the halfshaft space.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
2001 ford escape. I have done this three times:
Loosen lugs, and spindle nut on axle. Jack up vehicle. Remove tire. Remove brake caliper, pads, bracket, and rotor, secure caliper away from work area. Pull abs sensor connector from tire well, disconnect connector. Remove abs wire from tire well and brake bracket. Remove tie rod from spindle assembly. Remove pinch bolt form lower ball joint. remove nuts from strut bolts. To remove the spindle: 1. Separate ball joint and pull strut bolts 2. pull bolts and pull off ball joint. the second way may not work SAFELY on some vehicles. The axle is removed by two nuts on the intermediate shaft bearing. Pull out axle. Remove alternator and bracket.
Here is the tricky part: the alternator comes out through the hole where the axle was. I found that jacking the front of the motor up helps and position the alternator pulley up, two bolt holes out, fight it from there, careful not to stick the studs from the axle bearing into the case. May take a LITTLE prying. Once you get it it will just drop
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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