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Alternator How do i put a new one into my car?

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WRONG!!! YOU DO NOT HAVE TO REMOVE THE CV AXLE!!!!

Loosen and remove bolts to power steering assembly. Move the assembly (hose stay connected!) away from alternator. Remove the wire harness ro the alternator. Remove the wire cable from the alternator. Loosen the top bolt to the alternator. Remove the adjuster bolt at the bottom of alternator. Remove the top bolt....and wah-la. The alternator comes out with ease.

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Loosen the upper bolt from the top and remove. From the bottom remove the adjuster bolt and remove. You'll have to remove the CV axle and remove the alternator from the bottom of the car. Not a very good design as you may already be aware of.

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

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