you will need 3 sizes of wrenches to complete this repair: 10mm 12mm 14mm
first unhook the negative battery terminal (10mm)
then loosen the bolts on the tensioner bracket (10mm front 12mm rear)
loosen the main bolt (14mm) and the p.s. pump or alternator should roll downward along the bracket giving you slack on the respective belt.
check and replace the belts if necissary. (If you are only changing a belt stop here and work backwards to tighten the belt!!!)
take the 12mm bolt off of the stud that the 10mm bolt threads into
then the fourteen
the p.s. pump or alternator should be free
installation is the reverse of removal. Take your time to make sure you do it right.
This what I did when my alternator failed on New Years Day 2011.
I'd previously read at least three different ways to change out the alternator. The one I went with was to remove it through the top, kinda like a ceasarian!
This meant disconnecting the battery ground (earth) lead, disconnecting any clips or brackets holding wiring blocks etc, to the body. Taking the driver's front wheel off and making sure the car was solid on a jack stand; this allows easy access to the alternator lower pivot/securing bolt, which has to be removed.
Once there is a relatively clear access to the top of the alternator, remove the adjustment bolt and the bolt holding the thick adjustment bracket to the block. The drive belt should just fall away now everything is loose.
Rotate the still wired up alternator so you can see and get at the big output lead securing nut. Pull back the rubber cover and use a ring wrench to remove
the nut. Use a small wrench (5mm?) to remove the tiny machine screw that holds the wiring to the end of the alternator. Remove the two brake master cylinder flange nuts that hold it to the brake booster/servo. Ease the still pipe connected unit off the studs and towards the airfilter area. Bungees can be used to hold things away from the access area. This should allow the alternator the clearance needed to be fiddled past the inlet manifold etc.
Mine came out after a minute of wrangling; refitting a reconditioned unit back into place, was equally straightforward.
I give all credit to this way of doing the job, to the guy that suggested it on Wiki s - thank you mate!
yes it will fit
Converting a manual transmission to automatic transmission is not possible but you can replace a manual transmission to an automativ transmission . That is also an expensive deal.
Replace the alternator. Utilize a Hane's Manual.
hallo how need replace alternator belt and tensionier on peugeot 307 hdi manual?thanks
The cost to replace a manual transmission varies based on the people working on it, and the place it is bought from. In general, the cost runs from $1,000 to $3,000.
Remove transmission and replace front seal.
How to put manual transmission on mustang 1988
I have a 1987 Toyota 4 runner...I need to replace my manual transmission fluid....and I needto replace it with Lucas Transmission fluid....how much do I need to buy?
In order to replace your alternator, you will first need to remove the old one. Check your owners manual for the location and a guide on how to remove.
To replace an alternator on a 2002 Jaguar van den plas 4.0 simply refer to the user manual.
Can I replace my auto transmission with a maual transmission in my 94 trooper
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if you're looking to replace your automatic with manual the only option is the 91-94 Mazda Navajo's manual.
If done by a competent mechanic.
no not even close to the same
Go to Napa and buy a Repair Manual.
Check out autozone.com which has online repair manuals. The manual (which is almost a copy of chilton's manual) says to rotate the tensioner and pull off the belt before removing the alternator.
In the US, there isn't a 2008 Lancer hatchback. However, there is the recently introduced 2010 Lancer Sportback, which is a hatchback. A barebones GTS with a manual transmission retails for $18,935.
How do you take out a manual transmition from a 1991 honda accord 5 speed and replace the clutch?
Usually you drain and replace it...;)
No, they are designed differently.
The transmission must be removed, and put back in, not replaced.
Try your local autozone. They should be able to give you a print out. If that fails, try looking in a Haynes repair manual.
No! You can replace it with a manual, but an A/T cannot be converted.