Question about 1993 Honda Accord
The alternator is generally mounted low on the engine on the firewall side. This makes access very awkward. The work must be done both over-the-fender and from below, depending on your agility and reach. Whenever the work is to be performed from below, the vehicle must be safely supported on jackstands. If only the front is supported, the parking brake must be applied and the rear wheels firmly blocked. Once elevated, the gravel or splash shield must be removed from under the engine.
It shouldn't be too dificult, but unless you have mechanic experience, you should definitely get a repair manual. Personally, I think the Haynes brand is the best- they have great descriptions, with very good photos.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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