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Can't fiqure out how to get it out. All the bolts are out and it is free, but I can not find a hole big enough to get it out

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You need to say what it is you're trying to get out. We are not mind readers here.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

  • cincy203 Oct 11, 2010

    It's the alternator on a 1991 ford probe. all loose no hole big enough. Do I have to drop the AC compressor

  • Kevin Daniels Oct 11, 2010

    I'm not sure on the Probe but there are lots of other cars where the ac compressor has to be dropped to remove the alternator. You might have to do that. Don't disconnect the ac lines from the compressor; just drop it and move it aside enough to get the alternator out and in again. Good luck.

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