Question about 2003 Ford Focus
HOW TO REPLACE OR REPAIR THE PLUG LEAD THAT GOES INTO THE ALTERNOTER.
The plug for the red wire, or the 3 wire connector? with the red wire, a simple crimp on connector from your auto parts store should take care of that... the other plug, I donno if your auto parts store would sell that or not, you may have to check a parts yard.... if you're talking about on the alternator itself, well, that's gunna be much more difficult, I don't really think it could be explained here, BUT, an alternator from a parts yard around here only costs $15-$30... (of course, getting it in and out of a Focus is a bit of work.. buuuuutttt....)
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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