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I need to change my alternator but where it is located is a problem. so what is the easiest way to change an alternator for a 1998 chrysler sebring?

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GENERATOR - 2.5L
REMOVAL
Disconnect battery negative cable from remote negative terminal on shock tower. 
Unplug field circuit from generator. 
Remove the B+ terminal nut and wire Wiring Connections - 2.4/2.5L 
Loosen top mounting ear bolt. 
Loosen pivot bolt, but do not remove. Be careful not to lose nut Generator - 2.5L Engine 
Loosen adjusting bolt on idler to allow removal of the generator drive belt. 
Remove pivot bolt, do not drop spacer. 
Remove top mounting ear bolt. 
Remove upper generator bracket. 
Remove generator. 
INSTALLATION
For installation, reverse above procedures. Tighten all fasteners and add small amount of lock tight.
Good luck and hope this helps.

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