Most likely the brushes have worn down to the point to where they no longer make electrical contact with the slip rings of the rotor. If a Nippondenso alternator, remove the sheetmetal cover, the brush holder is a white plastic block secured by two screws. Remove the holder, unsolder the brush wires (the brushes themselves are carbon/copper blocks). Solder in the leads of the new brushes , allowing enough slack so that the brushes can make contact to the slip rings. Do not forget the brush springs; they slip over the leads and push the brushes against the slip rings. Other less frequent alternator troubles include defective voltage regulator module, defective rectifier assembly, bad diode trio, worn bearings, worn slip rings(very deeply grooved from brushes), short circuited turns in armature or field windings, corrosion of stator core causing swelling with cracking of alternator housing or collapse of stator so that it strikes the rotor. However, by far the most frequent alternator malady is worn brushes. A set costs about $5 at the auto parts store. Drew
Must be removed from underneath the car. Also the cross member blocking access to the alternator must be removed. This is a very difficult repair, as I have done this one myself.
The replacement cost for an alternator in the 2005 Honda Accord LX is about $165 plus labor. It is possible to change an alternator of this type in about 15 minutes, but most repair places might charge an hourly fee for labor. Labor cost will depend on where the work is done.
Been there and done that. This is a very difficult repair, which normally is an easy repair. The engine rock shield, and cross member must be removed to get to the alternator. A good 3 hour job. You might want to take it to a professional.
A starter/alternator repair shop should be able to get an external regulator that can be installed on the rear of the alternator.A starter/alternator repair shop should be able to get an external regulator that can be installed on the rear of the alternator.
the regulator in your alternator must be in trouble remove the alternator and take it to an alternator repair shop or fit a new alternator
The alternator is on the passenger side between the firewall and the motor.
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It is expensive to repair body damage on any vehicle not just the Honda Accord. Reason being is that the parts & paint are expensive and it is a very labor-intensive procedure. The Honda Accord is no more expensive to repair than any other modern vehicle.
I'n most cases replacement is your only option but if you can find an alternator repair shop the Rectifier (diode) assembly can be replaced, if it has damaged the stator (copper windings) is not likely practical to repair..
By having a professional repair the problem that has turned the light on. They will reset the light after the repair. This is not a DIY repair.
aRE YOU ASKING THIS TO REPAIR WHAT SPECIFICALLY?
Repair the alternator to battery connections or replace the battery.
Random/multiple misfire detected.
$2100 - $2400
You don't. Working on the SRS is very dangerous and serious injury or death can occur. Take it to a professional for this repair.
This will vary based on where you choose to get the replacement alternator. The alternator will orbably run you around $200. The cost of labor for the repair will be additional.
a short repair harness is available for most alternator connections from any good parts supplier
The alternator lives low on the passenger side rear of the engine. Repair and adjustment done from underneath
buy a new one
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Repair the problem and it will reset.
To professionally repair a bumper on a 2003 Honda Accord it will cost you anywhere from $200.00 to $600.00. However, doing it yourself can definitely save some money.
The alternator has nothing to do with stalling. When did you last replace the fuel filter? If the engine light is on then have a repair shop scan it and repair it. It is cheaper than guessing.