It appears simple, just a bit exhaustivel; it looks like the Power Steering pump has to be removed. I am going to attempt it, wish me luck. I will post my results.
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It is possible that the alternator caused damage to the PCM. Best to have diagnostics done on the car to see if and where the problems are.
how do you replace the alternator on a 2002 ford escape,without having to remove the the right side intermediate axle shaft?
What you need is an alternator wiring pigtail harness from the dealer!
You cannot charge a battery without a battery charger or having it charged by the alternator in your vehicle while it is running.
The starter could very well be the problem. You should have a mechanic to check the wires leading to the starter first to make sure they are not loose. It could also be the alternator or battery having a charging isue as well. Have a mechanic check the charging system as well.
I cant answer that because alternator tensioner fell off and I'm having trouble finding one.
3. Once you have four, you've got change.
Its not a complicated job if you are mechanically inclined, just extremely tedious. I suggest getting a manual to guide you through the process: http://www.repairmanual.com/catalog/CH30203 You can also post questions to a civc owners forum: http://www.hondacarforum.com/ good luck! I went to my mechanic and got a printout. Very difficult in this vehicle. Must take off the power steering unit... then go thru the wheel well to adjust the belts properly. Learned a lesson here. I started up... and the alternator belt was screaming. I gave up tightening it... and drove home. By the time I got there it stopped. It appears you should fully recharge the battery before you get it going. It was screaming because the alternator was working hard to put a charge back into the battery.
You will need to go into your settings to change them. If you are having difficulties, it is best to let a mechanic do the work.
Put a voltmeter on the battery.If it reads 12 volts or less,the alternator is not charging.It should read 13 or 14 volts.Make surte your belt is not loose or broken also.
The check engine light could any number of things. It is impossible to know what the light means without having the car checked by a mechanic. The mechanic will then be able to tell what is wrong with the car.
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This could also be alternator problems as in a bad diode in the alternator.
It your car is already running there is no way it's because of the battery because the alternator is producing enough of energy. There is only one exception when two or more chambers having short current. But it might the alternator because it's responsible for the electric current in the system.
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The front 3 are easy but in order to get to the rear ones, the intake manifold has to come off. Its a big job - even for a mechanic. Figure on 3 hours labor - our local mechanic showed me what to do, but I'm having him do.
Inside the alternator. It's part of the alternator. If you are having problems with low or high voltage output, I'd recommend replacing the alternator as a unit.
If the light remains on then the system still isn't charging as it should. Check the plug on the alternator and also that the wires to the alt have a good connection.
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No. Acceleration implies a change of velocity.