Does it actually start and run?
The alternator on a Pontiac Aztek is replaced by removing the engine accessories, loosening the serpentine belt, and removing the retaining bolts. The alternator can then be pulled from its retaining bracket and a new one installed.
How do you replace the alternator on a 1988 Pontiac Fiero
I actually was suprised my grand prix was squealing and it was the alternator. I got it replaced and it has stopped.
how do i remove a alternator
how do u replace alternator on 2004 pontiac bonneville gxp
check your alternator or make sure the starter is on correctly
show me how to remove or replace an alternator for a 2001 Pontiac Aztec along with diagram?
Hello, I have a 1997 Firebird V-6. It is right on top. Just remove the serpentine belt from the alternator, unplug the electrical connection on the back of the alternator, remove the mounting bolts and install the new alternator. I have not replaced one in my bird yet, but I checked the Hanes manual and it is the same. I am not a professional mechanic, but I have replaced a few in my lifetime. Good luck. John
No way, only if the battery fails under a load test
under the hood. its the thing that looks like an alternator.
under the hood
No it will not fit.
Take it to Mechanic!
it is under the alternator
the regulator is inside the alternator and yes you can take the alternator apart and just replace the regulator.
It's built into the alternator, you will have to tear the alternator apart to replace it or do as most people do and buy a new alternator.
Remove the belt from your 2000 Pontiac Trans Am alternator. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
Repair the alternator to battery connections or replace the battery.
I believe the Pontiac GS did.
In my experience burning out alternators on a Pontiac and an Oldsmobile, you can get about 100,000 miles out of it before expecting to replace the alternator.
There is none on GM cars
it is in the alternator
Inside the alternator.
Probably your alternator.