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Can I get a couple step by step instructions to get access to remove the alternator? I have the dreaded coolant leak. That is a different issue to be resolved. But my alternator is pooched! But can someone please direct me how to get to the alternator. I have the alternator, and want to get moving, but I don't want to tear into this just by ripping everything out that I "think" needs removed. I assume I have to remove the air plenum, but that is where I need some guidance. What all do I have to remove, loosen, etc to get the intake out of the way. And which gaskets etc am I going to need for this replacement. Thanks in advance, Much appreciated if anyone can assist. -Stephanie
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Remove windshield wiper blades (mark the arm and stud to put back exact). The next two steps you might have to lower/raise the hood. Remove cover just below the windshield(each end has a phillips screw turn 90 degrees so arrow points toward center of van). Remove the 4 metal braces. Remove windshield wiper motor/linkage assembly(the whole tray comes out). Remove drive belt. Disconnect negative side of the battery. Remove alternator horizontal mounting bracket. Loosen vertical bracket bolts to get to electrical connectors. Finish removing bolts and alternator.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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coolant pressure tested, its definitely leaking coolant. You will need to get
the coolant running line.
test will help you to know from where exactly coolant/refrigerant is getting
step by step troubleshooting i suggest you to go through the help link mentioned below :----
Click the link below: -----
LEAK ISSUES, COOLANT LEAK PROBLEMS, COOLANT SENSOR, LOW COOLANT,
These will help.
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