Question about 2003 Ford Escape
First of all, be patient.
Disconnect the negative side of the battery. Then, remove the tire.
Next, you must have to remove the halfshaft -in my experience I prefer to remove it complete instead of broke the metal tag- This is the easy part.
This is the difficult part: The next step is dettach the alternator. It has three bolts: one in the top, two in the bottom, after remove them, you must have to unplug it. It suppose to take off the car by the halfshaft space.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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