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How do you remove the alternator from 94 Plymouth Grand Voyager with 3.3 engine? I've totally disconnected the alternator but can't get it out. The Haynes manual says to take it out the bottom of the vehicle but I'm having trouble. Is there a way to remove from the top?

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If you unhook the powersteering reservoir from the hose and get it out of the way and twist just right it will come out its not easy either way.

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Try removing the alternator mount bracket first, then the alternator should come out through the bottom.

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I have a '94 3.8 eng and I believe the method is the same. It must be removed from down under the vehicle. Jack up the car and place on jack stands. You'll have to twist and turn a bit but that is the only way I know of how to replace.

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