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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, it just unbolts, remove fluid line and replace the unit.
What is very important is to "bench bleed" all of the air before mounting unit. parts stores have easy bleeding kits that essentially reroute the output from the unit, directly back to the reservoir. if you do not pre bleed, you may die before you ever get it working...
Posted on May 24, 2010
IT IS LOCATED BEHIND THE GLOVEBOX. JUMP THE CONNECTOR AND COUNT THE FLASHES OF THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT. HOPE THIS HELPS, LET ME KNOW. BEST OF LUCK TO YOU.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
If you lean into the engine compartment from the passenger side to look at the pully side of the alternator, you will find a bolt (10mm I think) sort of behind the alternator and to the back left. It is sticking straight up, and you can use a nut driver or ratchet to turn it counter clockwise to loosen tension and lower the alternator. But you have to loosen the locking bolt first. When you look at the pully side of the alternator (once the plastic shroud is removed to expose the belt and pully) you will see 2 large bolts (one on the bottom right and one on the bottom left) on the alternator that hold it in place. The one on the bottom left (on the same side as the tension adjusting bolt) is the locking bolt. You will see that there is a track for it to slide along as the alternator swings up and down. If you loosen this bolt, the alternator should be free to swing down on the left side when you adjust the adjusting bolt. However, it is common for the alternator to stick even after you have loosened the locking bolt and . When I adjusted mine, I had to remove the bolt on the bottom right because my alternator had been in there so long is was stuck in place. (The alternator is supposed to pivot on the right bolt, but sometimes it sticks.)
Posted on May 02, 2009
That sounds like a dead battery. The ticking sound is the relay (a type of switch) which enables power to the starter motor when you turn the key. If the battery is weak, the relay will click, but there is not enough power to turn the starter motor.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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