Usually there are three wires. Two are in a connector that snaps into the top of the housing. A large red "charge" cable should bolt onto the rear lug with a nut. Negative battery cable should be removed until wiring is done, and do not let this contact any metal other than the lug. I believe the 2 wire connector only feeds the voltage gauge, and the red charge cable runs to the battery.
disconnect the battery. Remove the alternator belt then disconnect the wires. Unbolt the alternator and remove. Bolt the new alternator in then connect the wires, belt, and battery.
What kind alternator is? Is Bosh or different kind?
The alternator should be on the front of the motor with a belt on the pulley and wires connected to the back of it that can be removed.
Disconnect the battery. Loosen and remove the serpentine belt. Unscrew the bolts that hold the alternator in place and remove it. Disconnect the wires that still hold the alternator to the vehicle. Connect the new alternator to the wires and screw it back in place. Replace the serpentine belt.
Number of Wires to an AlternatorThat depends on:the alternator,the wiring system in the vehicle
disconect the neg then take out like 3 bolts and 2 wires
a little more clarification is needed. which wires are you talking about? the ones on the engine or on the body/frame.
The voltage regulator is inside the alternator.
1 3 5 right side 2 4 6 left side
I unhooked wires on alternator but did not mark wires
how do you take the wires from the alternator on a 1997 Toyota Tercel
The wiring harness from a typical alternator has three wires. One is for grounding, one is from the battery, and the other is from the voltage regulator. In a GM alternator however, there may be two wires or only one wire. It depends on whether you have an external voltage regulator or not, and if the alternator simply grounds itself to the bracket it's attached to. The best way to find out is to trace the wires to their sources.
To change the alternator in a 1985 Chevy Celebrity; 1. Disconnect the battery ground. Use protective gloves. 2. Loosen the belt adjuster bolt and the main mounting bolt. Move the alternator to loosen the drive belt, then remove the drive belt from the alternator pulley. 3. Disconnect the wires from the alternator. 4. Remove the bolts and lift the alternator from its mount. Reverse the instructions to reinstall the alternator.
about 2 wires with fusible links in them running from divers firewall to passenger side starter behind engine block.
More than likely they connect to the positive and negative polarities of the power source.
we have a 460 ford in our jet drive boat. recently we have replaced the fotor and the alternator is not charging we are not sure if it is connected properly. It is currently connected with two wires. What Do you recommend?
from the back of the alternator to the dash to the battery
You can tape them off and tuck them away. One wirewas for the idiot light and the other wire was a trigger wire to excite the old alternator.
If the correct window was installed ther should be tabs the connect the wires to about half way up on the sides of the window.
It depends on the situation and what the black and white wires connect to.
losen the bolts off the top of the alternator so that it moves then take the botom one off.and losen the belt and take off the wires and your good to go
There are dozens of methods and products available to "connect two wires" Do you have specific application?
There's two wires to connect... just put them where they belong. Positive to the solenoid, negative to the starter body.
Main steps: * Unplug battery neg. terminal * Loosen alternator bolts, lower one (main) and the 2 for the tensioner * Remove the belt * Remove the wires to the alternator * Remove the bolts and take the alternator off * Put the new one, secure with main bolt and tensioner * put belt back and and tension it, tightening bolts * Connect wires back It will take about 1 or 2 hrs.