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How do i take the pulley wheel off of an alternator

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That is something you should not have to do

If you are replacing an ALT, you are supposed
to be given the correct pulley ,when you get it,
at the auto parts store

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How to change an altanator on a 2004 kia optima


The KIA Optima uses a 12 volt charging system with an alternating generator and a frame-grounded starting battery. The alternator is a smaller unit with an internal voltage regulator. The bushings, windings and regulator may wear out and fail, requiring replacement. The average backyard mechanic can change the alternator in a KIA in about an hour.
Things You'll Need
1.Socket set
2.Floor jack
3.Lug wrench
4.Screwdrivers
5.Crowbar
Instructions:
1.Disconnect the battery's positive terminal bolt by turning it counterclockwise. Set it away from the terminal.
2.Jack up the Optima and remove the front passenger side wheel by turning the lug nuts counterclockwise using the lug wrench. Set the wheel and tire aside.
3.Remove or fold aside the wheel well cover by turning the small screws counterclockwise and gently pulling it from the retainer clips. This will give access to the engine.
4.Push on the belt tension pulley until the belt loosens, then pull the belt off of the alternator's pulley wheel. The belt can be left hanging in place.
5.Turn the alternator's bolts in a counterclockwise direction using the socket wrench. A smaller wrench head may be required for the tight space.
6.Pull the alternator free by wiggling it out of the mount.
7.Position the new alternator into the mount and secure the bolts that hold it in place.
8.Push on the belt tension pulley to give enough slack to wrap the belt around the alternator's pulley wheel.
9.Restore the wheel well cover by pushing it onto the clips and securing the screws.
10.Replace the wheel by tightening the lug nuts in a clockwise direction, alternating the pressure of opposing bolts. This sets the wheel better than tightening all of the nuts in a circle.
11.Lower the Optima onto the ground, and reconnect the battery.

Oct 24, 2011 | 2004 Kia Optima

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How do I replace the Alternator on a 98 Saturn Sl1


Remove the plastic inner fender shield by turning the screw counterclockwise, then pulling the plastic free from the pop rivets. Set the shield aside. Disconnect the alternator's primary charge wire. Press the tension pulley firmly to release the tension on the primary drive belt, then slide the belt off of the alternator's pulley wheel. Unbolt the alternator from the mount by reaching into the engine compartment through the wheel well and turning the two mount bolts counterclockwise. Manipulate the alternator out of the engine compartment through the wheel well. Reconnect the primary charge post nut, securing the output wire back onto the alternator. Position a new alternator into the mount and secure it by turning its bolts clockwise. Replace the fender skirt shield by pressing it back onto its clips or pop rivets, then turning its screws clockwise. Replace the wheel and Reconnect the battery's positive terminal. Here you can find the Wholesale Alternators parts http://www.autopartspoint.com/products/alternator.html

Aug 26, 2011 | 1998 Saturn SL

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Need help on nputing alt on intrigue


  • 1.Disconnect the battery by turning the positive terminal bolt in a counterclockwise direction with a 10mm socket wrench. Disconnect the terminal nut on the alternator by turning it counterclockwise with an open-ended wrench. Store the terminals away from the battery.

  • 2

    Disconnect the Intrigue's serpentine fan belt by pressing on the tension pulley arm firmly then working the belt out from underneath the idle pulley. Release the tension pulley arm so the belt will have enough slack to be removed from the alternator pulley wheel.

  • 3

    Remove the mount bolts by turning the nuts counterclockwise, holding the bolt head with a socket wrench. Slide the bolts out of the mount arms. Replace the alternator with a new unit by positioning it into the mount arms and sliding the bolts through the mount holes. Tighten all nuts securely.

  • 4

    Replace the drive belt by wrapping the belt around the alternator pulley wheel then pressing on the tension arm to slide the belt back underneath the idle pulley. Release the arm and the belt will tighten to an automatic adjustment.

  • 5

    Reconnect the alternator's wiring harness connection by placing the terminal over the connection bolt and securing the nut clockwise with a small wrench. Reconnect the battery by turning the terminal bolt clockwise with a 10 mm socket.


  • HOPE THIS HELPS.
    Read more: How to Replace an Alternator on an Oldsmobile Intrigue ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5869760_replace-alternator-oldsmobile-intrigue.html#ixzz1EcKtn2WJ

    Feb 21, 2011 | 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue

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    Remove and replace alternator


    Hello,

    Just follow these steps to remove and replace the alternator. You will need this tools, Serpentine belt tool, Battery wrench, Lug wrench, Floor jack, Jack stand, Socket set,

    1. Open the hood, locate the serpentine belt tensioner and move the tensioner off the
      serpentine belt with the serpentine belt tool. Slip the belt off the tensioner
      pulley with your other hand and then slowly move the tensioner back to its normal
      position. You can pinpoint the location of the belt tensioner by following the belt
      routing diagram, printed on the fan shroud.
    2. Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery with the battery wrench.
      Push the cable end away from the battery so it doesn't make contact during the
      repair.
    3. Turn the lug nuts on the right-front wheel counterclockwise until they're loose
      enough for hand removal, but leave them on for now.
    4. Lift the right-front end with the floor jack and support it on a jack stand placed
      underneath the right-front frame. Remove the lug nuts and right-front wheel by hand
      and set them aside.
    5. Slip the serpentine belt off the alternator pulley by hand. You can access the
      alternator through the wheel well. Unplug the wiring harness from the alternator
      by hand and remove the ground strap with your socket set.
    6. Remove the alternator mounting bolts with your socket set. Lift the alternator out
      of the engine well, through the wheel well. Insert the new alternator in reverse of
      how you removed the old one.
    7. Thread the alternator mounting bolt through the new alternator and into the
      alternator bracket by hand. Tighten the bolts with your socket set.
    8. Attach the alternator ground strap with your socket set. Plug the alternator
      wiring harness in by hand.
    9. Slip the serpentine belt over the new alternator pulley. Reinstall the wheel and
      lug nuts by hand. Lower the Taurus of the jack stand with the floor jack.
    10. Move the belt tensioner aside again and place the belt on the tensioner pulley with
      your free hand. Hold the belt on the pulley and slowly move the tensioner back to
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    Hope this helps you.
    Take care and good luck

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    How to replace the alternator on a 2003 Mazda MPV


    Disconnect the battery at the positive terminal by turning the bolt counterclockwise. Disconnect the alternator's terminal by turning the nut counterclockwise and removing the loop from the terminal bolt. Store these connectors away from the battery.

    Remove the belt by pressing on the tension pulley arm firmly, then sliding the belt form underneath the idle pulley wheel. Release the tension pulley and the belt will slacken; it can then be removed from the alternator pulley wheel.

    Remove the alternator by turning the mount bolts counterclockwise, then sliding them out of the mount arms. Some models may have mount bolt heads that must be held in place with a wrench while turning the nut. With the mounts free, the alternator can be exchanged for a new unit. Position the new alternator into the mount arms and slide the mount bolts into place, locking them down with the nuts turned clockwise.

    Wrap the drive belt around the alternator pulley wheel (groove side down), then press the tension pulley arm and slide the belt back under the idle pulley wheel. Release the tension arm and the belt will automatically adjust to the proper tension.

    Reconnect the alternator's terminal loop by placing it over the bolt and turning the nut clockwise. Connect the battery by turning the positive terminal bolt clockwise.

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    Replace alternator


    Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Negative battery cable
    • Right front wheel
    • Right fender splash shield
    • Accessory drive belt
    NOTE The crankshaft pulley retainer has left-hand threads.

    • Crankshaft pulley
    • Alternator harness connectors
    • Alternator

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    To install:
    1. Install or connect the following:
      • Alternator and tighten the fasteners to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm)
      • Alternator harness connectors
      NOTE The crankshaft pulley retainer has left-hand threads.

      • Crankshaft pulley and tighten to 74 ft. lbs. (100 Nm)
      • Accessory drive belt
      • Right fender splash shield
      • Right front wheel
      • Negative battery cable
    2. Start the engine and check for proper operation

    May 12, 2010 | 2003 Ford Taurus

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    98 dodge caravan alternator how to change


    remove the negative battery cable from the battery. loosen the serpentine belt by using an open-end box wrench and pull the tension pulley back (it's spring loaded, so be careful) by the bolt, remove the belt from the alternator and the tension pulley, then slowly let the tension pulley loose. remove the nuts holding the wires on to the alternator. remove the bolts from the alternator mount, and remove the alternator. put the new one on and hand tighten all of the bolts. then tighten them down with a wrench. put the belt back on the alternator pulley and make sure it's on all of the other pulleys and wheels except the tension. use the wrench again and pull the pulley towards you with your right hand and put the belt under the pulley with your left, and let the pulley go back. reconnect the wires to the alternator and then the battery. **warning** make sure that the battery is fully charged before you start the car with the new alternator, or you'll cause "alternator death" and void your warranty.

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    Serpentine belt blew due to belt wheel sheering off


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    How do you change the alt.


    CHANGING ALTERNATOR ON NISSAN MAXIMA
    1) Disconnect negative battery cable. Jack up right front of car. Be sure to protect yourself with jackstands and rear wheel chocks. Safety first!
    2) Remove the engine undercover (plastic under engine protector) on the right side
    3) Remove the right front wheel.
    4) Remove the right hand side inspection cover inside the wheel well. (I did not say this was a simple job.)
    4a) Optional: Curse Nissan engineers for lack of foresight in maintenance.
    5) Loosen the belt idler pulley (center of the pulley itself, I think its 14mm, but Do NOT loosend the bracket bolt)
    6) Loosen the idler pulley tension (large, vertical nut above the idler pulley)
    7) Remove the belt.
    8) Replace with new belt.


    Install is opposite of removal. You may have to wiggle a bit to slip it on correctly, but be patient, it will go
    .
    To replace alternator:

    9) Get your **** under the car, fully supported on jackstands, and remove the 4 Air conditioner bolts
    10)Slide the A/C compressor forward (don't drop it on your head!)
    11) Disconnect the alternator harness connector (This may be tricky to do while mounted. If so, then with the help of a friend, remove the alternator following the steps below and remove the connection after the alternator is loose. DO NOT let the alternator hang by the wiring harness connections.)
    12) Remove the wiring harness bracket from the alternator.
    13) Remove the alternator upper and lower bolts. Slide Alternator down and forward to remove.
    14) Install is opposite of removal.
    Good Luck!

    Nov 11, 2009 | 2000 Nissan Maxima

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    Noisy water pump pulley,alternator pulley..timing belt tensioner


    I have a 1995 xj6....same problem. I replaced the belts, water pump, and the alternator. Still does it. As I play with the tension on the belt (belt that drives water pump, alternator) it goes away and comes back. If I remove the belt, the metal to metal screech stops. I then, with just the belt, turned the main pulley on the front of the engine, and there was the sound! The main pulley has 2 belts that run on it. Also, 2 pulley tracks. They SHOULD move simultaneously and be super meshed. But the rear one moves on its own under tension until it warms up and I guess, the bushing maybe expands. Now.....how do I fix it??????

    Nov 19, 2008 | 1995 Jaguar XJ-R

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