Everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available, for FREE, in the reference section(make copies of the correct sections) read up and fix it like a PRO! :) good luck-Dave ---------- First, disconnect the battery and unplug the alternator, then loosen and remove the main serpentine belt. The alternator is bolted onto the engine quite securely with a bracket that runs over the top. This bracket has two bolts on top, and one on the side that's quite difficult to get to (use a small ratchet). Hold the assembly in place so it doesn't fall while you unbolt the mounting bracket from the alternator; remove the bracket, then the alternator. To re-install the alternator, put the alternator in first, then bolt the bracket back onto it. Bolt the whole thing securely onto the engine, then replace the serpentine belt (don't make it too tight!). Plug the alternator in, reconnect the battery, and it should be good to go! ~Pengauin
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if you stop for gas
You can remove your 1993 Mitsubishi alternator belt by loosening the tensioner pulley. Slide the tensioner pulley to the right. The alternator belt will become loose and can be removed. Reverse the process to put the new alternator belt on.
Ooh, this is a fun one. The water pump is driven by the timing belt, so you have to remove and replace that to change out the water pump. ~Pengauin
yes it does r12. if you dont want to convert to the 134a. you can use freeze 12.
if its sohc it doesnt have , if its dohc its behind the lower damper i think
yes usaly in the same cicuit as the interior lights
how to change an alternator
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Usually the lighter is shared with something else (like the horn). Check to see if there is something else not working and look for that fuse.
pretty sure it is the port on the right side of your engine (from view of the front ) about a foot away ( give or take a little)
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Rebuilt alternators run in the neighborhood of $150.00 to $200.00. And the labor to put it on is about $50.00.
you loosen the bolts on the opposite sides of it. then, you change the alternater, and tighten the bolts.
locate the alternator take off the belt put new one on then the belt and your done
Drain the radiator, remove the top hose from the thermostat housing then remover the nuts from the housing. Gently tap on the housing and remove it. There's your thermostat. Take it out, put in the new one and replace everything you just took off. Refill the radiator and go.
If it starts hot, check the mixture control
The Alternator is between the engine and the firewall. Follow the serpentine behind the engine and you'll see the alternator. Removing the alternator is easiest if you remove the passenger side front tire and the plastic mud guard. Once they are both off, the alternator is easy to change.
Remove the belt from your 1993 Chevy G 20 alternator. Remove the alternator wiring harness. Remove the retaining bolts from the alternator. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
cylender head bolt torque for 1993 Mitsubishi expo
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1993 VW Jetta alternator. Remove the three alternator retaining bolts. Remove the alternator belt. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
in the fuel tank only $130 at parts store if your doin it yourself will take part of day, but $700 to $900 for a garage to do it for you i got lucky and found one place for $320
if a battery has a bad cell it wont hold a charge, but it could also be the alternator or the plug, i had a problem with the plug and had to change it from a junk yard, but before you do that i would check the easy parts first i.e the battery,then the cables, then the tension of the alternator belt, and finally the alternator itself along with the pigtail get a volt meter and test the current while the car is running, if it reads 13 to 14 volts the alternator is working and if it reads bellow 12 it is the alternator or plug. aojedamCheck your battery, it might be worn out and not able to hold a charge from the alternator.