If it's anything like removing the alternator on a 99 Civic than it's better left to a repair shop, unless you know a thing or two about fixing cars. You have to remove the bushings on the control arm, partially remove the drive axle and than drop the alternator down. It's the only way to get it out. Get to know someone at a Honda or Acura Service Center so you can get it done for a lot less money.
A 2012 Honda Civic EX uses a 63 Amp alternator.
no, obd1 and obd2 difference
Depends what kind of alternator you have in it
To replace the alternator on a 1995 Honda Civic disconnect the battery. Disconnect the wiring from the alternator. Loosen the adjustment bracket so the belt has slack. Remove the alternator belt along with the mounting hardware. Pull the alternator and replace it.
there is a belt tensioner near the alternator.
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You can find the size of the lower alternator mounting bolt on a 2005 Honda Civic on civicforums.com/forums/21-i-c-e-electrical/354635-diy-alternator-replacement.html
Usually inside the alternator
The alternator belt on a 1998 Honda Civic is replaced by loosening the mounting bracket, disconnecting the wiring harness, and slipping the belt off the pulley. The alternator is then unbolted, removed, and a new unit put in place.
Might have slight differences. They are both in the 4th gen or EF class of civic. 88-91.
Is the alternator actually working. It is possible to buy a new alternator that is defective.