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What do I have to remove to get the alternator out of my 2001 Sus

I have a 2001 susuki swift. i have disconnected the altenator but cannot get it out. what do i have to remove to get the alternator out of my 2001 susuki swift?

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  • john grant Feb 06, 2009

    thanks for trying to help. I know how to remove the alternator from the mounts and belt,which i have done. I cant get it out from the car. I dont know if i need to dis-assemble the racket pinion axel (sp) to get it from the underneath or remove all the brackets hoses and other **** from the top (neither will be easy). I was hoping someone had went through this before and could give me some insight.

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Hey what? should be pretty much the same on any car.

There will be one bolt on it for locking the tensioner bolt. Loosen that. Then you can unwind the tensioner bolt.. you'll see it moving towards the motor as you undo it... that slackens the belt off so you can remove the belt.

After that, you can either undo the bracket from the block (obvious when you look) or undo the bolts from the bracket to the alternator.

Unplug the battery first!!

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  • Steve Rand
    Steve Rand Feb 07, 2009

    Oh! You're just physically out of room to drag it out of the engine bay eh? I guess it's a bit tight with East-West mounted motors. I would think dropping the steering rack would be more work than undoing a few hose-clamps? =-]



    Anyway, good luck! (whatever the solution may be!)

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