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How do you change an alternator 1996 Monte Carlo?


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2009-12-17 18:46:10
2009-12-17 18:46:10

unhook the battery, remove the cerpintine belt, remove the wires, remove the bad alternator, put on the new alternator, replace the wires starting w/ the negative one, replace the cerpintine belt, tighten the belt.

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