No, 92 and sometimes 93, but not 88-91
The starter on a '93 tercel, if you are looking from underneath the car, is directly to the left of the alternator. It is a fairly simple job to remove and replace the starter. If I can recall correctly the only thing that you need to remove is the intake support braket, but don't quote me on that.
No they are different
Only if it is the same engine, and wire and bolt pattern.
Loosen the bolt that holds the alternator to the bracket. Tip the alternator toward the enginge. Place a new belt on, making sure you catch all of the pulleys. Pivot the alternator away from the engine to tighten the belt. When belt is tight, re-secure the bolt you loosened earlier.
is there a fuse between alternator and battery on a 2002 saab 93
(90, 91, 92, 93, for sure) and i think 94, 95, 96 will fit,
Same as removal for the 93 already answered by someone else. Matter of fact, almost everything is the same I think for from 88 or so to 94.
The alternator is mounted low on the rear of the engine.
If its like the 93 tercel, you open hood, and its tucked in the back right corner.
99.9% you cannot do that. Toyota parts are not compatible with Honda parts. Radiator & starter no way will the fit. Alternator it is possible if the mount is the same.
yes i have done it on my 93 tercel went from 4 to 5
a 93 tercel which most likey has a the stock 3e-e engine doesnt have an egr system.
blue with yellow stripe
steps to remove 2002 9-3 alternator
the alternator is right in the front behind the right side of the rad
Yes. 92 and 93 are the same model years
a dealer told me 92 and 93
No. 92 and 93 are identical though.
World Series Champions: 2 (92, 93) American League Champions: 2 (92, 93) American League East Division Champions: 5 (85, 89, 91, 92, 93)
It's built into the alternator, you will have to tear the alternator apart to replace it or do as most people do and buy a new alternator.