Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I am removing my Alternator and need visuals.
The best visual you have is your vehicle! Take a picture if you need to.
Write down what went where before you start. Check stickers under the hood and make sure there is a diagram for the serpentine belt, if not draw a picture and make your own before taking it off. Attachmnent bolts are usually very different and nearly impossible to to get wrong. Electrical connections are generally of the plug in type. any that are not you can label with tape. Most important is to disconnect battery positive lead before starting the job. Replacing it only when all other mechanical work is finished. Also, alternators are expensive...make sure (by testing) that the alternator is bad, before spending time and $!!!
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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