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Unhook the battery. Remove the negative cable first, then the positive one.
Remove the plastic splash guard from the underside of the engine. It is held in place by several bolts.
Unbolt the transmission cooler, then move it out of the way. Don't remove the hoses--just the bolts.
Remove the brace that holds up the radiator. Use a jack stand to hold up the radiator.
Loosen the adjustment T-bolt and pivot bolt on the alternator, but don't remove them. Remove the belt.
Unscrew the nut that holds the battery cable to the alternator, then remove the cable. Unplug the other electrical connector, as well.
Unbolt and remove the alternator.
Replace the alternator. The steps are the reverse of the removal procedure. Torque the nut on the battery cable to 90 in-lb. Torque the mounting and pivot bolts to 40 ft. lb.
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