Question about 1998 Isuzu Trooper
I just got a 1998 trooper and the battery totally died on me. I brought it to get checked, and they told me that my alternator was bad. I am getting a new one but if i can save money, I want to put it in myself. (Seeing that the alternator costs 200$) does anyone know how hard it is to do it. Or should I get it done by a pro? Thanks
I can tell you this is not that hard. just before you star check if you have the rigth tools ' all of them than take look what has to be taken off from around the alternator if you strong enoug do it some bolts. o nuts are frozen.but if everything goes nice and easy.for the firs time may take all day be patiente.good looooook
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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