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    Why the heck is there a mount in the way of the bolt that holds the alternator in place????? Must I remove everything to get this alternator out???



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I have a '94 3.8 eng and I believe the method is the same. It must be removed from down under the vehicle. Jack up the car and place on jack stands. You'll have to twist and turn a bit but that is the only way I know of how to replace.

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