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What is the code number for the alternator drive belt?

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Next, detach the negative battery terminal (if you have an anti-theft radio, make sure you have the activation code because when you hook the battery back up your radio will just say “code” and wait for you to put in the five-digit code. You should have gotten it with but not in the manual).
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Loosen the adjusting bolt (the one that tightens the alternator against the drive belt).
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I need step by step altenator change instructions.i have a 1990 accord lx 4 door.


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Next, detach the negative battery terminal (if you have an anti-theft radio, make sure you have the activation code because when you hook the battery back up your radio will just say “code” and wait for you to put in the five-digit code. You should have gotten it with but not in the manual).
Important: mark and detach the electrical connector and any ground straps from the alternator.
Loosen the alternator pivot bolt (the one that the alternator pivots on as it is tightened against the drive belt).
Loosen the adjusting bolt (the one that tightens the alternator against the drive belt).
Remove the adjusting bolt and the pivot bolt, then detach the drive belt (push it off the pulley when you can move the alternator).
Important note: you will have to remove the bracket bolt located next to the adjustment bolt and the mounting bolt located lower and at a 90 degree angle, in order to remove the adjustment bolt and assembly.
Installation is the reverse, but if you are replacing the alternator, make sure the one you get has a pulley on it (or take the one you have the have the seller switch them), and make sure you get the same one (size and terminal location) that you have.
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Next, detach the negative battery terminal (if you have an anti-theft radio, make sure you have the activation code because when you hook the battery back up your radio will just say “code” and wait for you to put in the five-digit code. You should have gotten it with but not in the manual).
Important: mark and detach the electrical connector and any ground straps from the alternator.
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Loosen the adjusting bolt (the one that tightens the alternator against the drive belt).
Remove the adjusting bolt and the pivot bolt, then detach the drive belt (push it off the pulley when you can move the alternator).
Important note: you will have to remove the bracket bolt located next to the adjustment bolt and the mounting bolt located lower and at a 90 degree angle, in order to remove the adjustment bolt and assembly.
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Alternator - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

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Fig. 1 Detach the connectors from the alternator

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Fig. 2 Remove the nut and the battery cable from the post on the rear of the alternator

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Fig. 4 Remove the alternator from the engine by carefully lifting it up and...

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Fig. 5 ... out of the engine compartment
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