Question about Ford Explorer
First, disconnect the negative battery terminal. then there is a alternator output cable which is attatched to the alternator with a nut, covered by a rubber boot, tighten the nut. then, there are 1 or 2 electrical connectors, wiggle the to check for looseness. also, they should not pull out unlees you deprees the locking tab. if they pull out, someone damaged the tabs. or it's possible the alternator is defective.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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