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Car trouble I am about to change a 1990 honda accord alternator and was just needing some tips,like things to look for and things not to do! It's not me changeing it but it is my car my brother is doing the work but he hasnt ever worked on a honda and I dont really wanna let my car get messed so If knew step by step what is suppose to be done I could for see his work to make sure it done right...ne help would be greatfull...Thanks Ashley

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