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How do you change the alternator of a Lincoln mark 8?

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2006-10-29 21:34:59
2006-10-29 21:34:59

In all seriousness, if you have to ask this question, you probably need to have someone else do it for you. However, if you are game, go to yourlocal parts store and buy a repair book (Haynes or Chilton). This repair is a 'no-brainer'. Good Luck

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