its nuts and bolts.
what is the question on those?
1: remove battery neg lug first or , BOOM battery acid in face.
2: relax belt tension (all this is in the FSM or alldata.com _)
3: remove all bolts on the alternator pivots. 3 or 4.
5: remove all wires.
6: it now falls off
- Disconnect the negative battery cable.
- Remove the battery.
- Remove the drive belt.
- Remove any splash shielding for easier access to the alternator.
(C) wire harness hold down, (D) ground terminal
- Tag and disengage the alternator wiring.
- Unfasten the alternator upper and lower bolts.
The alternator can be removed from above by taking it off its mountings, moving it rearward and lifting it out, being careful to gently move aside the refrigerant hoses, if equipped with A/C.
New alternators should come with a new bushing. If not, the old bushing should be used. Push out the pivot bushing as illustrated.
shows photo of using a c-clamp and
- Mount the alternator to the brackets with the nuts and bolts. Tighten the two mounting bolts and nuts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
- If the alternator and mounting bracket were removed as an assembly, install the assembly into the vehicle.
- Engage the alternator electrical connections.
- If removed, install the splash shield.
- Install the drive belt and attach the negative battery cable.