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Replace alternator Is it an auto belt tension? does the alternator remove from the top or out the bottom?

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In order to remove it must go out the bottom of car, to do that you have to unbolt the 4 bolts holding AC compressor and position the AC compressor over to side -best you can to be able to get the alternator down and out. You have to follow the steps in the table shown below:
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SOURCE: I need to remove the alternator from our 2.0 Litre

draw a diagram of the belt before you remove it then look on one of the idler pulleys for a spring loaded one then work out how to release the tension

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SOURCE: when i turn the air, heat or fan on i get a loud screech ac bel tensioner belt drive belt and alternator belt replaced?

Hi,
It could be the clutch in the AC compressor is failing. If it completely locks up it will break your belt and likely cause the car not to run @ all. Get it checked out ASAP.

Td

Posted on Oct 01, 2012

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