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How to remove a alternator from a 1986 ferrari 308

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The alternator on a 308 is removed from underneath the car and is very difficult without having the car on a lift.

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SOURCE: replace the timing belt

It is recommended to replace both the timing belt and the tensioner bearings every 30,000 miles for the models you listed. Other models like the 360 Modena are best replaced every 3 years. The cost (parts and labor) to replace the timing belt on both the Ferrari 308 and 328 will run about $3,000. The Ferrari 348 will cost a bit more at $4,000. No Ferrari is inexpensive to maintain. However, the 308 and 328 will be the least expensive for basic maintenance. Furthermore, if you plan to drive under 2,500 miles per year (or 5,000 miles - 2nd tier), you can insure the car as a collector's vehicle and pay a much, much lower insurance premium.

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SOURCE: 1980 ferrari 308 gtsi timing belt and tensioner replacement

You have a high touge engine so the recomendations are generally for cars that are driven weekly at least. I would change these within ten years apart for they do age from heat

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i am from trinidad also i have a 308 gtb u got through with the timing belts?

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