Loosen the tensioner pulley. Put the belt around the alternator pulley and the tensioner pulley. Move the tensioner pulley to the right until the belt is tight. Tighten the tensioner pulley.
loosen the tension on the belt with the tension pulley, remove the belt then disconnect your wires from the alternator then take the 3-4 bolts, holding the alternator on, off. then do the opposite to put the new one back on
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Remove the wiring harness from your 1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager alternator. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
by removing the old one first
alternator on a 2000 Pontiac runs off a serpentine belt if its loose then chances are ur serpentine belt is worn or stretched or your tensioner pulley is bad or the tensioner itself..alternator bolts stable does not move like the old setup.
You will have to replace the regulator assembly.
you will need a pulley puller, pull off the pulley when you replace just bolt it back in place it might take a little muscle to get it started.
1hour labour $55-80 1 alternator about $190 total about $245-270 Maximum
You can begin by removing the wiring harness from the back of your 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan alternator. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the retaining nuts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
It depends on the year of the vehicle. For a 93-98, the alternator that comes standard on the vehicle is a 90 amp. A 1999-on model typically has a 136 amp alternator. This alternator can be identified by its 6-groove serpentine pulley, and the black plastic housing cover on the rear of the alternator will normally have a "136" stamped on it. An optional 90 amp alternator was used on some 1999-on models, but the 90 amp unit has a double V-belt style pulley rather than a 6-groove serpentine pulley.
Remove the belt from your 2001 Suzuki alternator. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
This operation is of moderate difficulty and can be done with hand tools. First the battery cables should be disconnected. Second, the tensioner pulley should be depressed to free the serpentine belt. At this point the alternator can be unbolted from the its engine accessory mount. The new alternator, belt, and cables can then be reinstalled and connected, in that order.
First, Disconnect the negative battery terminal from the battery. Then remove the A/C belt. Next remove the serpentine belt. Then remove the idler pulley using a 15mm closed end wrench. Next, remove the bolt securing the tension-er pulley and remove the pulley from the spring base. Next, remove the alternator. Once the alternator is removed you have access to get to the 15mm nut securing the tension-er pulley assembly. Remove the nut and then the spring base. Go in reverse for the assembly.
What size motor? What accessories do you have? BClear.
Have the alternator checked. It happened to me, and I had to replace it.
It depends usually, but they price around about 15 grand
There is no idle pulley on 1995 GC's with 4.0 Inline 6. To replece the serpentine belt; 1) Draw a diagram of the existing routing. 2) Loosen the alternator. 3)Remove old belt and compare to the new belt. 4) Install new belt. 5) Tighten new belt by tightening alternator. on the 5.2 and 5.6 just rotate tension pulley to the right if you are standing in front of Jeep install and release the tension pulley and let it tighten
Just replaced it myself you gota take the alternator off loosen two bolts that hold the tensioner on and pull it out.Don't loosen any bolts on the powersteering under the tensioner.Remember to disconnect the battery first.
Check out the following website for a detailed outline on how to replace the alternator. http://www.oqcgp.com/forum/kb.php?mode=article&k=19 Hope this helps. "G"
how to hookup 1998 grand am alternator
the alternator is on top of the engine start by takin off the fan belt and then removing the wires conected to the alternator finally unbold the bolts holding it on and then take it off
Disconnect your battery first. Then remove the belt you can buy or borrow a tool for the tension pulley or use a long bar just be careful where you rest it. Remove the nut on the back of the alternator holding the power wire then remove the to bolts holding the alternator.
Remove battery connections, then slacken the serpentine belt. Removal of alternator is simple and straightforward, 3 bolts, replace in reverse order.
Yes, if the belt tension is not tight enough it won't spin the radiator fan due to slippage. Replace the tensioner pulley.