First find your tensioner pulley( it should be the one that is attached to an "arm"), it should be either a 3/8 or 1/2 inch drive ratchet to raise this. Next take your top two bolts out. Then, and this is the hard part, reach around the bottom of the alternator to the inside of it, you should find your third and final boltat the bottom of the alternotor. This bolt is extremely hard to get out but with a lot of patience and bashed knuckles your alternator should come right out. Just to add more detail to the above: 1. Disconnect the negative (black) cable from the battery. 8mm wrench works best. 2. Loosen and remove serpentine belt from alternator pulley. Use a 3/8" drive on the tensioner arm and pull counterclockwise to loosen. 3. Remove the top securing bolt from alternator/bracket assy. 13mm bolt. 4. Loosen, but do not remove top bracket assy arm. 13mm bolt on top of engine. 5. Remove nut from middle bracket assy. I suggest removing this small arm entirely to expedite removal of the alternator. 10mm nut on alternator stud and 13mm on engine stud. 6. Make sure all children are out of earshot for this step. You are now ready to remove the dreaded pivot bolt. 13mm bolt and a 15mm nut. Your best bet here is to get a box end wrench on the nut and a socket on the bolt. After you have recovered the wrench several times from dropping it and bandaging your hands from the numerous cuts you have sustained, remove the pivot bolt and fish out the 15mm nut you dropped. 7. Unplug the electrical connector and remove the power lead (13mm). 8. Remove alternator. 9. Remove bracket stud from old alternator and put it on the new one. 14mm 10. Install new alternator by reversing the above steps. This is really a 20 minute job that will turn into an hour long test of your patience. I want to personally thank the engineers at GM for making the pivot bolt nut almost inaccesable. It may actually be easier to disconnect the wishbones and rotate the engine. Maybe next time.
Simple, just replace your alternator..
replace the alternator if your system isn't charging.
If your battery was dead and you jumped it to get it started and the gauge shows your not charging you need to replace the alternator.
How do you replace a axle on a 95 holds cutlass supreme
If you have enough $, yes
If you have never done one before. Don't without the correct manual in front of you.
It's inside the alternator, most people just replace the alternator if it isn't charging but you can take the alternator apart if you know how and put in a new voltage regulator for about $15.
There were a reported 8,638 Olds Cutlass Supreme convertibles sold in 1994
Depends if it is the 3.1 or 3.4. I have a 3.4L and I let the dealer do it. The car had to be raised and the engine lowered since the alternator is located on the rear of the engine towards the bottom. See question regarding the 1995 Cutlass Supreme . Same applies unless you have the 3.4 version of engine.
According to http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/1990-to-1997-oldsmobile-cutlass-supreme-4.htm, the fuel capacity for the 1994 Cutlass Supreme is 16.5 gallons. Many years ago I owned a 1968 Cutlass Supreme convertible--a very fun car.
price on replaceing ball joint 1993 cutlass supreme
You will probably end up having to replace the belt as I don't think there is a way to tighten it.
You have to remove the passenger side wheel, and inner fenders, then the drive axle and heat shield, then you can get at it. From underneath.....sorry.
i need to replace the ecm on a 1993 olds cutlass supreme,can i replace it with another ecm from another olds cutlass?
what wires do i need to hook up to the alternator
where is the diagram on a alternator belt ..huh?
The Volatge Regulator Is Inside The Alternator.
Dealer said cable is run through a steel tube. They had to cut tube to replace broken cable.
go to your local auto parts store and ask for it.
the convert top motor is in the trunk behind the vinyl top collector or the vinyl top shoot. you cant miss it.
you can't you have to replace it!
no it ruins the steering wheel
You can't, its done by the computer if you have a knock noise, replace the knock sensor. its locate on the back of the engine near the alternator.
Is this a sedan or coupe/convertible? The sedans had the common setup and the coupe/convertibles had the mini-quads.