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disconnect the battery. Remove the alternator belt then disconnect the wires. Unbolt the alternator and remove. Bolt the new alternator in then connect the wires, belt, and battery.
Disconnect battery. Disconnect wires from alternator. Loosen bolts and remove belt. Remove bolts holing alternator in place.
Disconnect the battery negative. Loosen the belt and remove it from the alternator pulley. Disconnect all wires from the alternator. Unbolt the alternator from the bracket. Remove the alternator.
Disconnect the battery. Take the drive belt off of the alternator. Disconnect the wires from the alternators rear. Unbolt the alternator, remove, and install the new one. Reconnect the wires, belt, and battery to finish the installation.
Disconnect the battery. Loosen and remove the serpentine belt. Unscrew the bolts that hold the alternator in place and remove it. Disconnect the wires that still hold the alternator to the vehicle. Connect the new alternator to the wires and screw it back in place. Replace the serpentine belt.
Disconnect the battery, loosen tensoiner, " the top middle wheel, under distributor cap" disconnect the wires on the alternator , unbolt and good to go
In most vehicles you disconnect the negative battery cable, remove the belt that drives the alternator, disconnect the wires/plugs attached the alternator, remove mounting bolts and nuts then remove the alternator. Install in reverse order.
Disconnect the battery, remove all wires from the alternator, slacken the belt tensioner, slip the belt off of the alternator pulley, unbolt the alternator, and remove the alternator. Installation is the opposite of removal.
Disconnect the battery.Remove the serpentine belt.Take off the wires on the back of the alternator.Unbolt the alternator from the engine bracket.
disconnect neg.battery cable. disconnect wires from alternator. loosen pivot and lock bolts. detatch drive belt. remove pivot and lock bolts from the bracket. installation is reverse of these steps.
Disconnect the 1991 Regal battery. Remove the alternator belt and wiring. Unbolt the alternator and install the new one. Reconnect the wires, install the belt, then reconnect the battery.
To change alternator belt on a Suzuki Swift, first disconnect the negative cable from the battery terminal. Then disconnect the electrical wires going to the alternator and remove the bolts holding the alternator to the frame. Slip off the old alternator belt and replace with another. Finally, put back all the bolts and cables previously removed or disconnected.
Disconnect the battery, and wires from alt.Remove 2 bolts from front of alt. and 1 on back and lift out.
Number of Wires to an AlternatorThat depends on:the alternator,the wiring system in the vehicle
Use a large wrench to take tension off of your serpentine belt and remove the belt from the alternator, (just the alternator). Disconnect the wires. Remove the bolts then the alternator. Put new alternator in place using old bolts. Replace wires (may only be one wire, depending on the alternator). Get your large wrench back out, put the belt back on the alternator, and your good to go.
To change the alternator in a 1985 Chevy Celebrity; 1. Disconnect the battery ground. Use protective gloves. 2. Loosen the belt adjuster bolt and the main mounting bolt. Move the alternator to loosen the drive belt, then remove the drive belt from the alternator pulley. 3. Disconnect the wires from the alternator. 4. Remove the bolts and lift the alternator from its mount. Reverse the instructions to reinstall the alternator.
Start replacing the 2000 s10 alternator by disconnecting the battery. Remove the air inlet hose, and the serpentine belt. Take off the bracket over the alternator if it has one. Unbolt the alternator and disconnect the wires. Reverse the procedure to install the new alternator.
Unfasten the alternater mounting bolts, detach the electrical connector and disconnect the lead wires.
loosen the tension on the belt with the tension pulley, remove the belt then disconnect your wires from the alternator then take the 3-4 bolts, holding the alternator on, off. then do the opposite to put the new one back on
Disconnect the battery. Remove the serpentine belt. Unhook the wires from the alternator. Remove the mounting bolts, and remove the alternator. Reverse the process to install the new unit.
Being located on the top of engine, it is easy... 1. You need to disconnect the battery neg- cable. 2. remove the serpentine accessory belt 3. disconnect wires at the alternator 4. remove bolts holding the alternator and remove alternator, might have to use a large screw driver/prybar to get out of the bracket 5. reverse removal steps to install new alternator
first disconnect the battery - use a long breaker bar and socket to take tension off the tension pulley and at the same time remove the belt from the alternator pulley. disconnect the wires to the alternator make note of their positions. Then remove the 3 mounting bolts from the alternator.
Disconnect the battery. Remove the intake hose. Remove the serpentine belt. Take the wires from the alternator then unbolt it. Reverse the procedure to reinstall.
Remove the serpentine belt take out the bolts that hold the alternator to the engine disconnect the wires from the alternator Yes, but first step: remove the negative battery cable from the battery. You might get some fireworks otherwise.
for clearance raise vehicle on jack stands. disconnect neg batt cable, remove all wires from alternator, remove drive belt, remove adjusting and mounting bolts, then remove alternator from below. install is reverse order of removal. be sure to label wires for easier replacement.