Question about Chrysler Voyager
1) IMPORTANT - Disconnect the neg battery terminal (IMPORTANT) 2) Release the spring loaded tensioner (makes the serpetine belt tight). The control bolt that keeps it tight is right tunder the alternator . Use a long handled torque wrench. 3) Hold on the to serpentine belt (otherwiuse it'll be a mess) keep it tight-ish. Pass a stick through it and keep it tight or prop it up with a bungies or something!!! Be gentle. 4) Two bolts hold the alternator, one is obvious the other is more towards the back. Watch your knuckles be gentle but strong. Remove the nuts, gently lift it out and hold it there. 5) Disconnect the leads from the the electrical that are attached. Place the old one on the bench. 6) Watch that belt!!! 7) Get the new alternator. 8) Connect the electrical. 9) Bolt it in. 10) Place the serpetine belt in the groove, careful make sure it doesn't pop out anywhere else below. Popping out (even one groove) and driving it could destroy your belt. 11) Back to the tensioner, relase slowly, it will make itself tight again. 12) Attach the battery again. 13) Start the car. 14) IMPORTANT remember, clean those battery posts and cable leads. the dirt won
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First I removed both bolts to the alternator and and then a horizontal bracket. Because the alternator is on the backside of the engine I removed all the bolts (except one I could not reach) to the vertical bracket that holds the top bolt of the alternator that I could reach which allowed me to move the vertical bracket enough to wiggle the unit between the side of the engine and hoses and wires that run in the area. It is tight but there is just enough room to remove and reinstall the alternator.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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