Remove the wiring harness from your 1990 Subaru alternator. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
Get a Haynes Manual for about 10 to 20 bucks. This will walk you thru the process
The fuel pump is in the fuel tank and the fuel tank will have to be removed to access it. If you do not have the skill or equipment to do this properly, I suggest taking it to a shop.
check driveline, my universal joint went bad and did same, replace and was fine(1990 loyale)
how do you replace an alternator on a 1990 integra
Disconnect the 1990 Regal battery. Remove the alternator belt. Unhook the wiring from the alternator then unbolt it. Remove and replace the alternator then reconnect the wiring, belt, and reconnect the battery to finish the installation.
From under the car.
with your hands...
Remove the belt from your 1990 Acura Legend alternator. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
I gotta question an inquiry about a "Subaru Loyale" connected with 1986. Subaru "Loyale" cars were produced by Subaru for the N. American market in the years 1990-1994. Classed as a "subcompact" car, the Loyale replaced the Leone (first brought to N. America in 1972). These early cars were sometimes called by their trim level, which included: DL, GL, GLF, GL-10, and RX; sometimes the engine size would also form part of the name. 4WD station wagons did not make it to N. America until 1975, so probably what you are looking at is a Leone station wagon of some trim level with 4WD.
The engine isn't receiving the correct amount of fuel which will stall the motor. Also if the oxygen censor isn't working properly then the motor will stall.
disconnect the battery source first, disconnect the wiring on the alternator, then loosen the bolts on the mounts to loosen the belt. then loosen and remove the bolts. remove the alternator, and replace with new one.
Does it have a distributor? I thought these cars ran on the harmonic balancing system