That would be the battery wire. On some cars it goes over to a junction block on the firewall/fender, and on other cars it goes down to the starter. Disconnect the battery, as it is a live wire. If the wire is now too short to reach the alternator, take a peice of it with you to an auto parts store and ask them for wire and terminals, as well as a crimper tool to repair the wire. This method will cost a little bit of money, but it will be cheaper, and less aggravating than buying a replacement wire, and running it through the car's harness.
To change the alternator in the truck, first disconnect the battery and then disconnect a plug that the alternator has on the right top of the alternator. Then there is a red cover that has a bolt and then unscrew that and then there are two more larger bolt, one on top and one on the bottom and then it should come out. But before you do all that take off the belt. Thank you
Remove the negative from the battery. Use a breaker bar or larger ratchet to turn the tensioner. This will loosen the serpentine belt for removal. Disconnect the wiring harness from the alternator, loosen and remove bolts holding the alternator then remove it. Place the new alternator in position and follow the above steps in reverse.
The ac compressor is the larger one, the alternator is the smaller one.The ac compressor is the larger one, the alternator is the smaller one.
looking st the engine...it's under the shroud to your left. the larger belt. it is there with the power steering, water pump and alternator.
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The only way you can upgrade your 2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse alternator is to change the alternator. Larger amperage alternators are available.
The positive cable is connected to the alternator and starter. The negative cable is connected to the chassis or engine ground. Positive is red and negative is black. The positive post is slightly larger than the negative post.
a full-wave bridge rectifier
If an organization is affiliated with another larger organization, it is officially connected with the larger organization or is a member of it. As in affiliated bank.
North and South America
400volt is larger
Australia is a continent (as well as a country). It is not connected to anything larger.
Usually passenger side firewall area connected to the accumulator - larger hose Usually passenger side firewall area connected to the accumulator - larger hose
An isthmus (IPA: /ˈɪsθməs, ˈɪstməs, ˈɪsməs/, Greek: ἰσθμός, plural isthmuses or isthmi) is a narrow strip of land that is bordered on two sides by water and connects two larger land masses. It is the inverse of a strait (which lies between two land masses and connects two larger bodies of water).If it is connected by two larger bodies of land, it is called an isthmus. If only connected by one larger body of land, it is called a peninsula (and is connected to the main body of land by an isthmus).
It is connected to the starter. The larger part is the starter itself and connected to that is a smaller cylinder shaped part which is the solenoid itself
There aren't really any cons to using a large alternator, other than it being a waste of money if the extra amps are never being used. As far as pros, a larger, more powerful alternator, correctly installed in a system designed to make use of it, will allow more electrical and electronic components to be installed in the vehicle. Items such as big stereo amps, large light displays, fridges, a/c units or heaters, microwaves, etc. usually require a larger alternator and better battery to operate normally.
It is a small interior room connected to a door or entrance, leading to a main or larger room.
They unhinge so that they are not connected enabling them to swallow larger lumps
The Missouri River Is connected to a larger water body and this makes it a tributary .
yes, you can...
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