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I haven't seen an Alternator with a Fuse.
They Generate 35-55 or more Amps and are usually connected directly to the Battery Positive. Check at Alt. Main Terminal with MultiMeter. Check for Good Ground.
The small wire on the back of the alternator often comes from Ignition Key + to control the charge rate.
The Modern Alt. also has an internal Regulator Circuit to control charge rate.
If trying to save money.... Alternators can be split open on the Bench and repaired. Just put a mark across joint before opening.
Use a brush hook (make one) to hold brushes back while re assembling.
Items to watch for:
Brushes Worn Out - no juice to Rotor to excite (generate)
Diodes Blown - (Multimeter Test on Diode Function for shorts / open. Simple Unsolder, Press out & replace
Regulator Blown - Buy replacement
Stator Coils Corroded or Shorted/Open or bad solder joints.
Dec 12, 2013 - Uploaded by Charles Joyner
How to fix a loose Refrigerator Handle .... Refrigerator Repair - Door & handle, Amana , Whirlpool, Maytag ...
Remove the cylinder head. Then remove oil pan. Unbolts rods one at a time and pull piston out the top. Hone cylinder install new ting on piston and reinstall. (Make sure rod cap goes back on same rod and same direction don't for get to torque the bolts on the rod cap)
Wheel bearings are not a suggested DIY, but it can be done. The wheel, brake assembly, and hub all need to be removed. Then you use a wheel bearing puller for your vehicle to remove the bearing, and a wheel bearing installer to press it back in.
Hi Charles, this is an easy one for you, open your trunk and pull carpet away from where the tail light is on the one you want out,you will see five plastic thumb nuts,you just remove them and pull the lens assembly out,remove the bulb you want to change by turning it counter clock wise.
open the glove box and bend the 2 tabs and fold the glove box door down, you will then see a plate with 6 to 8 screws, remove the plate, drain the cooling system, remove the heater hoses and pull the heater core out, reverse procedure to put back together