Question about 1997 Lincoln Continental
Do I need to remove the coolant hose in front of the alternator brfore I change it?
Remove the coolent over flow tank, pull the power steering fluid resevor out of the way remove belt, remove top alternator bracket, remove 2 bolts under alternator, lift and tilt the bottom out through the opening. hope I was helpfull!
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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1. Disconnect negative battery cable
2. Drain radiator coolant until coolant has drained from overflow bottle
3. Disconnect overflow hose at bottle
4. Remove 2 top power steering reservoir bolts and position reservoir out of the way
5. Disconnect coolant level sensor and bottom hose from coolant overflow bottle
6. Remove retaining nut and bolt
7. Remove coolant overflow bottle
8. Remove drive belt
9. Remove 4 fasteners from top alternator bracket and remove bracket
10. Remove attachment bolts and alternator from vehicle
11. To install reverse proceedure
12. Fill radiator and overflow bottle
13. Bleed air from cooling system
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