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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It just pries off . Use a stiff putty knife.
On the inside, remove 2 screws at the bottom.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Testimonial: "It`s actually a Skoda Superb, & the trim panel appears to be held by the pull handle fixings. "
For the 2002 Audi 2.7L DOHC: found on the all S4 Quattro Models:
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Posted on Apr 03, 2010
The way I did it was to undo the earth lead on the battery first, remove the engine cover, then undo the power steering pump and the bracket which holds the rigid pipe (makes it more moveable) to move it out of the way, undo the tensioner, removing the pulley first (easy job, just 3 x 6mm allen bolts). I pulled the belt out of the way from underneath, having first removed the undertray, and disconnected the alternator wiring. I undid the radiator fan, so it would give me more clearance, and having undone all the bolts for the alternator, was able to squeeze the alternator up through the gap, bending the radiator hose out of the way. This all sounds simple, but as it was trial and error, it took me about an hour. I think you could do it easier by removing the a/c pump and dropping the alt out through the bottom, but I thought it looked trickier to locate the bolts.
I am still to put the new one back in, so if I find any problems I will add to this thread
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
Check all pulleys and idler pulleys sound like maybe a bearing gone that would make it noisy
Posted on Jul 15, 2013
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