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Check for the battery power if is enough to give a crank start,check for the battery terminals if they are clean to get a good contact,also check for the ignition switch itself,or check whether the power wire connected on to the starter either is corroded or disconnected.
it is on the right side of the engine. It is hidden under the engine ecover and cold air ducting on that side. To get it off is two bolts and one connector. You will need to take the serpintine belt off as well. I don't have a image for that right now but either find one thata shows where the belt goes or make a drawings before you take it off. That way replacing the alternator is not a headache and should take less than an hour.
Switch ignition on and immediately press the button to the bottom left of the speedo (trip reset type button) TWICE !! Switch Ignition off Press and hold same button while switching ignition on. After 10 seconds a new interval will display followed by a beep. Release the button and switch ignition off. All done.