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Steps on how to change the alternator in my 2005 v6 mustang?


Disconnect battery + side remove /loosen serpentine belt to get off of pulley on alternator, remove bolts from alternator to mounting bracket, remove wiring from alternator and take out. To install reverse these steps.

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1998 Isuzu trooper 3.5 alternator replace


step one remove battery neg lug .
the above video (of book?) is wrong.
the belt tension-ing step was skipped.

remove belt steps remove alt. wiring. remove alternator (bolts) it falls free. replace it , reverse steps above belt back tension belt. battery cable back. test run. charge/BAT lamp off?
see wrench below, turn it CW.
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How to change alternator on peugeot 1.4 16v


For step by step alternator removal on Peugeot vehicle,click the link below:----

How to change Alternator on Peugeot

http://www.howtorepairguide.com/2012/11/how-to-change-alternator-on-peugeot.html

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These will help.

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Alternator change


Disconnect neg battery post release serpentine belt or alternator drive belt disconnect electrical connectors on alternator one plugs in one is secured by a nut on rear of alternator un-bolt alternator their will be either two or three bolts remove alternator and reverse steps to re-install

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Remove an alternator 2003 caravan


Hello,

The removal of the alternator of your car is not a tsking job,simply follow the instructions described below;

STEP 1
Disconnect battery negative cable.
STEP 2. Disconnect the push-in field wire connector from back of alternator.

STEP 3 Remove the nut holding the B+ wire terminal to the back of alternator.

STEP 4. Separate B+ terminal from alternator.

STEP 5.
Raise the vehicle and support.

STEP 6.
Remove the right front lower splash shield.

STEP 7. Remove accessory drive belt.

STEP 8.
Remove the lower oil dip stick tube bolt .

STEP 9. Remove wiring harness from the oil dip stick tube
STEP 10.
Remove the 3 mounting bolts and lower the vehicle.

STEP 11.
Remove oil dip stick tube,afterwards,take out the alternator from the vehicle.

Problem solved,Thank you for using fixya.

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How do i change/replace the alternator on a 2002 GMC Envoy? A step by step would be great if someone has it.


  • Disconnect battery ground cable.
  • Remove air inlet duct.
  • Remove heater hose brace bolt from rear of alternator.
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How do I replace the alternator


Hello, Alternators are a car part that can be very costly to fix because of labor costs. But with an hour or two of time and a little elbow grease, you can do it yourself. And to replace the alternator follow the following steps below:

Step 1. Pull your car into the garage or your work area. Turn the car off and let it sit for a while to cool.

Step 2. Begin by disconnecting the negative cable of the battery.

Step 3. Remove the serpentine belt from the pulley on the alternator. Do this by using a socket wrench to turn the serpentine automatic belt tensioner so that it allows slack in the belt. Then simply slip the belt off the alternator pulley.

Step 4. Locate and disconnect all the mounting bolts on the alternator, use a vehicle specific manual if you have any trouble.

Step 5. Disconnect all wires attached to the alternator then remove the alternator from the car.

INSTALLING NEW ALTERNATOR.

Step 1. Slide the new alternator into place. Do not worry about the serpentine belt yet.

Step 2. Replace the bolts that held the previous alternator to secure the new one in place.

Step 3. Attach the wires to the new alternator the same way they were attached to the old one.

Step 4. Adjust the serpentine belt tensioner the same direction you did in Section One to put slack in the belt. Wrap the belt around the pulley of the new alternator and then remove the socket wrench from the automatic belt tensioner.

Step 5. Inspect the belt to be sure it is not snug and follows the path required in the pulley and belt configuration diagram.

Step 6. Hook the negative battery wire back to the negative terminal on the battery.

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How to take a alternator out of car


Locate the alternator on the engine. The alternator will be placed somewhere on the engine so that the pulley on one end of the alternator can be attached to the main belt of the engine. The belt will turn the pulley of the alternator and create the electrical charge to recharge the battery as the engine runs.
  • Step 2 Ensure that no other parts of the engine will prevent you removing the alternator. If there are other parts that you must remove, carefully remove them before attempting to remove the alternator. Make sure that you keep all the screws, nuts, bolts and other parts together for any other items that you remove, as you will need to use them to replace those items after changing your alternator.
  • Step 3 Unscrew and remove the battery terminals. It is always wise to disconnect the battery when working on the electrical system of the vehicle. Make sure you place the terminals in such a way as to prevent them from touching the metal frame of the vehicle. If there is any doubt, wrap the terminals with a small amount of electrical tape.
  • Step 4 Find the alternator mounting bolt or bolts. There is usually 1 bolt that attaches the alternator to the engine and is placed at a pivot point on the alternator, so that the alternator may be positioned against the fan belt to a greater or lesser of a degree as needed to generate the charging current for the recharge of the battery.
  • Step 5 Loosen the mounting bolt at the bottom of the alternator and rotate the alternator back away from the fan belt. Continue loosening the bolt until it is free from the engine. Remove it and place it aside for use in remounting the new alternator.
  • Step 6 Lift the alternator out of the engine cavity and place it on the engine so that you may disconnect the electrical connections for final removal. Locate the point at which the charging circuit attaches to the alternator.
  • Step 7 Move the rubber covering shroud away from the terminal on the alternator and, using the small crescent wrench, remove the nut from the bolt and carefully wrap the terminal ends of the wire with a small amount of electrical tape. This will complete the removal of the alternator
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    How to remove altenator for 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager 3.3 litre


    Before the step-by-step instructions I want to make sure this is the Alternator that needs to be replaced and not something else. This will save you money for an Alternator you don't need and save you time for replacing a good alternator.
    Start the vehicle. With the engine running - disconnect the Negative Cable from the Battery. If the Engine dies - it is the Alternator. If it doesn't die - it is not the Alternator. I have had plenty of people who have replaced perfectly good Alternators only to find out it was something else.
    Step-by-step:
    1. Disconnect the Negative Cable from the Battery.
    2. Using a 15mm closed end wrench/bar - Rotate the Belt Tensioner towards the front of the vehicle and remove the Surpentine Belt off the Alternator. You do not have to take it completely off the vehicle.
    3. Remove the bolt holding the top of the Alternator Mounting Bracket to the Engine Air Intake.
    4. Remove the bolts (plural) holding the outside of the Alternator Mounting Bracket to the Alternator Mounting Plate.
    5. Remove the bolt holding the top of the Alternator to Alternator Mounting Bracket.
    6. Remove the Alternator Mounting Plate.
    7. Remove the the Altenator Mouting Bracket.
    8. Rotate the Alternator towards the rear.
    9. Discoonect the electrical connections (plural), including the nut holding the wire on.
    10. Remove the lower Pivot bolt located at the bottom of the alternator.
    11. Remove the alternator.
    12. Installation is reverse of above.
    Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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    How to remove the alternator


    Before the step-by-step instructions I want to make sure this is the Alternator that needs to be replaced and not something else. This will save you money for an Alternator you don't need and save you time for replacing a good alternator.
    Start the vehicle. With the engine running - disconnect the Negative Cable from the Battery. If the Engine dies - it is the Alternator. If it doesn't die - it is not the Alternator. I have had plenty of people who have replaced perfectly good Alternators only to find out it was something else.
    Step-by-step:
    1. Disconnect the Negative Cable from the Battery.
    2. Using a 15mm closed end wrench/bar - Rotate the Belt Tensioner towards the front of the vehicle and remove the Surpentine Belt off the Alternator. You do not have to take it completely off the vehicle.
    3. Remove the bolt holding the top of the Alternator Mounting Bracket to the Engine Intake.
    4. Remove the bolts (plural) holding the outside of the Alternator Mounting Bracket to the Alternator Mounting Plate.
    5. Remove the bolt holding the top of the Alternator to Alternator Mounting Bracket.
    6. Remove the Alternator Mounting Plate.
    7. Remove the the Altenator Mouting Bracket.
    8. Rotate the Alternator towards the rear.
    9. Discoonect the electrical connections (plural), including the nut holding the wire on.
    10. Remove the lower Pivot bolt located at the bottom of the alternator.
    11. Remove the alternator.
    12. Installation is reverse of above.
    Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!

    Dec 15, 2009 | 1999 Plymouth Voyager

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