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The 2 bolts on the alternator are not going in . How do i line up the screws on a 1998 alternator for isuzu rodeo

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Put the alternator on first without the belt and alighn as needed to replace the bolts use the belt tentioner to replace the belt or the sliding channel on the alternatonr mounts if there is no tentioner

i hope this helps u with your problem

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