Question about 1999 Honda Accord
Always diagnose first. It is your alternator that is no good. You couldve saved your money on the battery. But its ok. There is an idler pulley which automatically tightens belt i beleive just put a wrench on it and turn it to loosen belt.
the following are the steps to remove the alternator
disconnect the battery. ,Remove the cooling fan next to the alternator. ,Put a wrench on the idler pulley and move it to the rear to lessen the belt tension. Remove belt. , Remove alternator connections , unbolt alternator plus a bolt holding a wire. hope this helps and good luck
oh i forgot to mention to clean all connections and spray electrical corrosion paint on all connections
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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