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Must remove the alternator and alternator bracket to get to it. There are 2 bolts that are a bugger to get to. Bottom bolt on the alternator bracket, use a wracheting closed end wrench. Same with the bottom thermostat bolt.
Hi there, you did not specify the type of engine you use so here are possible guides for varying enginge types:
2.4L Engine To Remove:
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Disconnect the intake air temperature sensor and remove the air cleaner assembly. 3. Remove the EVAP purge solenoid and move it out of the way. 4. Disconnect the wiring from the alternator. 5. Remove the accessory drive belt from the alternator. 6. Remove the alternator.
1. Install the alternator. 2. Install the accessory drive belt 3. Connect the wiring to the alternator. 4. Install the EVAP purge solenoid in the bracket. 5. Install the air cleaner and duct, then connect the intake air temperature sensor. 6. Connect the negative battery cable.
3.3L & 3.8L Engines To Remove:
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Disconnect the wiring from the alternator. 3. Raise and safely support the vehicle. 4. Remove the right front tire and lower splash shield. 5. Remove accessory drive belt. 6. Remove the lower engine oil dipstick tube bolt, then remove the wiring harness from the dipstick tube. 7. Remove the 3 mounting bolts. 8. Lower the vehicle. 9. Remove engine oil dipstick tube. 10. Roll and carefully remove the alternator from vehicle.
1. Place the alternator into position on the engine. 2. Install upper mounting bolts to hold the alternator in place. 3. Lubricate the o-ring with engine oil and install the dipstick tube. 4. Install the upper dipstick tube bolt. 5. Connect the wiring to the alternator. 6. Raise and safely support the vehicle. 7. Install the alternator lower mounting bolt and tighten. 8. Install the lower oil dip stick tube bolt. 9. Install the accessory drive belt. 10. Install the right front splash shield and tire. 11. Lower vehicle. 12. Install the wiring harness at the dipstick tube 13. Connect the negative battery cable.
All standard headlight bulbs are halogen, if you get the numbers off the bulb you should be able to cross reference it at a parts store. If you have no idea what it is you can call a dealership and they will tell you exactly what you need, they will need the vin #.
you will have disconect the neg.-BAT TERMINAL then loosen alt. adjusting bolt,remove alt. belt( or remove serpentine belt if so exist) then remove the two existing bolt at the bottom of the alt.then remove altenator.ree-install in reverse direction.
Hi, removal of the struts need some mechanical knoledge and must be carefull removing the spings,secure your car with a jack stand remove the tire ,position a jack onder lower control arm,disconect brake line ,remove the three screws on top of the strut ,remove the two nuts and screws at the lower end of the strut ,lower the jack slowly ,the strut assembly should come out, you need a strut sprig compressor to compress.the springs,remove the nut at the center of the strut,rplace the stut,instalation is the reverse of the procedure..Good Luck