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.
You have to find the alternator then look at where it is connected to the motor there will be a slide mechanism that you will have to loosen which will release the slack on the belt so you can get it off.
your fan belt may be connected to your alternator if so loosen alternator romove belt put new one on and pull alternator back until proper tension is aqquired tighten
Loosen the tensioner pulley. The tensioner pulley will slide to the right. This will loosen the alternator belt. So it can be removed.
1. The first thing that you need to do is to disconnect the two wires that are connected to the back of the alternator. 2. Loosen and remove the upper bolt for the adjustment on the alternator. 3. Loosen the lower alternator bolt so that you can take the belt off of the alternator. 4. Move alternator forward so that you can remove the belt. 5. Take the lower bolt out and remove alternator from below. 6. To reinstall repeat steps 1 throw 5 in reverse.
Remove the fan shroud remove the radiator remove the fan there is a fan in front of the radiator fan, loosen the sway bar on that and lower it a little so you can remove that belt loosen the alternator sway bar belt should be loose... replace belt reverse to put everything back you will need a ratchet and 10mm socket keep track of your bolts. Good luck!
I have a 97 Ford probe and when I had to replace my alternator... I had to pulled the passenger tire off and pull the whole assembly apart so I could get the alternator.. There are 2 bolts to loosen up and pull the belt out slide the alternator down by the exhaust and pull it out by the CV axle
The belt you have to first remove is the power steering pump belt. Loosen the clamp bolt, then the adjusting screw on the power steering pump until the belt is slack enough to remove from the pulleys. If you have air conditioning, you will also need to remove that belt too, by the same method on the A/C compressor. You can now loosen the clamp bolt (12 mm) from the alternator as well as the retaining bolt (14 mm) on the alternator. Once loosen, swing the alternator towards the engine block and remove the belt from the pulleys. Cheers Malcolm
First, disconnect the battery cables, Second, you have to drain some or all the coolant so you can remove the upper radiator hose, Third, disconnect the alternator cables, Fourth, loosen the bolt attaching the alternator so you can loosen the alternator belt, Finally, remove the bolt and angle the alternator to remove it. You might need to hammer the alternator from underneath, sometimes they are really tight. 'Hope this helps.
AnswerThere are three bolts involved. The top bolt located closest to the engine is your Pivot bolt. Loosen that bolt so the alternator will pivot downward when you unlock it. Speaking of unlocking, there is another bolt located on the bottom of the alternator, loosen and remove this bolt. Finally, on the front of the alternator there is a tension adjustment bolt. Loosen that until the belt clears the pulley so that you can remove it. You don't have to remove the tension bolt, just loosen it. Once the belt is removed make sure to disconnect any wire/plugs, etc from the alternator, remove the pivot bolt and viola! Installation is the reversal.
There are two bolts to loosen, one at the top of the alternator and a smaller one underneath on a bracket. Loosen these and push the whole unit down this will loosen the belt so it can be replaced then use a lever to pull up the unit while tightening the bolts
There should be a belt tensioner pulley that is able to slide back and forth to tention the belt. Loosen that fully then take the belt off that will also be the same for the alternator if it is a V-belt Drive. if it is a serpentine belt the one belt will release the pressure from All the Pulley's.
I just changed the alternator in my wifes Q45,its easy because the alternator sits right on top,there is a bracket on the left side that has to be moved so the alternator can come out,it has a tenioner just to the left with 2 screws,loose the big nut and u will see the belt loosen,3 screws hold the alternator in
dismount the a/c compressor This one is fun. Loosen the power steering unit. Remove the belt. Loosen the Air conditioner Idler pulley and remove the belt. Loosen the alternator and remove the belt. At this point it is best to buy new belts for each unit, so you don't have to go through this again. The alternator is removed by pulling the pinion bolt and the lock nut.
there should be 2 bolts on the alternator one looks slotted that is so you can adjust your tension on your belt your belt will need to be off the alternator pulley loosen and remove both bolts they have nuts on the back of the alternator so you will need a wrench to hold them then un plug the wire and loosen and remove the ground wire off the back of the alternator then installing it is just the reverse
first you need to jack up your car and put it on jack stands, then remove the passenger side wheel, then loosen the two bolts on the back of the power steering pump and the pivot bolt so you can remove the accessory drive belt. Then you can loosen the two bolts on the front of the alternator, then if you look at the alternator through the wheel well on the left side of the alternator there is a bracket, on the backside of the bracket there is an adjuster bolt loosen it and then you can remove the alternator belt.
There are only two bolts. Loosen both, so that you can get the belt off. Then take them all the way out, and the thing'll fall right out, pretty simple.
If it is the original belt that has fell off, it is good practice (and silly not to) to replace it with a new one. Just loosen the two or three bolts holding the alternator on (but don't take them right off) and then put the new belt back on, it may need some persuasion with a screw driver or small lever bar. Then pull the alternator so that the belt becomes tight and tighten the bolts back up.
...yes? Loosen the two bolts that hold the alternator in place and then remove the belt once it becomes loose. Take it with you to the parts store so you can size it up with the replacement and ensure it's the same length. Install is the opposite of removal except you'll need a pry-bar of some sort to pull the belt tight.
Just slightly different than on lesser cars: Saabs have two alternator belts that run in parallel. This belt pair also drives the water pump, so they wanted to be sure you wouldn't get stranded. But it's pretty easy: your alternator runs on an adjustment track. Loosen both bolts and pivot the alternator so you can get the belts off. Look how they're routed before you remove them. If you have AC the belt for that is blocking in your alternator belts, so loosen the compressor and take it off. Then put the new belts you bought in place, tension the alternator (I stick a broomstick between the alternator and engine, and pry the belts tight), tighten both bolts, tension the AC compressor and tighten it, and you're done.
The alternator bolts need to be loosened so that the alternator can slide and take pressure off of the belt. Remove the old belt (any belts blocking passage may have to be removed as well.) Remove then replace the belt, and move the alternator to the side to tension the belt while tightening the bolt. Reconnect the battery.
This was hard to do on my 1986 2.5L 4-cylinder because in order to put the new alternator belt on... you have to get the AC belt off... to replace either belt you have to remove both. first what you have to do is loosen up the 2 pivot bolts on the AC compressor from underneath the car.. mine were pretty stubborn but i eventually got em to budge... once you can move the AC, remove the crank/water pump/AC belt. then loosen up the alternator pivot bolt located on the underside of the alternator...(this can be done from either top or bottom) once you can move the alternator.. slip the belt onto the alternator pulley and around the water pump and crank. then tighten the alternator pivot bolts while putting as much possible tension onto the belt and re-tighten alternator into place. then put or replace crank/water pump/AC belt and re-tighten the AC while putting as much possible tension on the belt by pushing the AC forward with a pry bar or screwdriver. then tension up the belts so they give no more than 1/2" when you pull them at the midpoints of their spans.
You need to remove the old belt from the power steering pump. Then loosen, not remove the bolts on the alternator. Slide the belt over around and through the fan and onto the belt grove for the alternator. Then with a large bar push the alternator away so it tightens the belt. Later if not tight the belt will squeal. While putting pressure on the alternator tighten the bolts. Reinstall the power steering belt in the same way but you can tighten the belt on this one using hand pressure rather than the bar.
this is pretty straight forward. remove the black air tube ,2 bolts, then you have easy access to alternator.loosen the top long alternator bolt then the other one below the alternator,all you are wanting to do is loosen these bolts so you can take the tension off the alternator,pop off the old belt,and gently wind it over the fan and out it comes. reverse procedure to install new belt.When you put on new belt do not do it up so tight that it is like a guitar string,leave 1/4 inch flex in belt.
i need to change my alternator belt and don't know where the tension wheel is so i can take off the other belt to replace the alternator belt on my 94 Mazda protege 1.6l