My 1997 Chevy Cavalier with 2.2L motor used a 15mm socket.
Remove the belt from your 2004 Chevy Cavalier alternator. Remove the alternator wiring harness. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
Begin by removing the 2003 Chevy Cavalier alternator belt. Remove the wiring from the back of the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
Remove the belt from your 2002 Chevy Cavalier alternator. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
Remove serpentine belt. Remove alternator. The bolts that hold the tensioner on are under the alternator.
remove belt, remove alternator plugs, then bolts. pull out alternator. then undo bolts for bracket and remove.
The Alternator is mounted solidly to the engine. It does not adjust. You have to use a wrench to pry back the Serpentine Belt Tensioner ,, remove the belt ,, and then remove all of the bolts that hold the Alternator on.
NEED help is there a diagram with the bolts in the backseat of a 1998 chevy cavalier?
do you mean the aluminum bracket holding the alternator broke at the bolt holes? do you know that there should be a steel bracket BEHIND the alternator also? when engine usually replaced, sometimes this steel bracket is not replaced and instead a shorter bolt is used to fasten alternator (3 bolts) to aluminum bracket. there should be a longer bolt which goes from the front of the alternator on the left side, thru the alternator and thru that steel bracket and into part of engine?? this part not clearly understood as explained to me by mechanic husband. he had the same problem and corrected when bracket kit purchased from local Chevy dealer; about $197 in Hawaii. hope this bit helps...
You should be able to remove the alternator bracket, on your 1995 Jetta, by removing the three retaining bolts. The bracket should easily come off.
Depends on the car. Usually, they are right on the bracket that holds the alternator in place.
Remove the bolt on the lower front side and two more bolts on the rear of the alternator. Make sure all nuts are off the bolts. Do not loosen the bolts that hold the alternator together. Remove the belt. Now slide the alternator off the mounting bolts. Slide the new alternator onto the two seating bolts, then hand-tighten them. Then slide the next bolt through the alternator and into the engine block.Slide the new alternator onto the two seating bolts, then hand-tighten them. Then slide the next bolt through the alternator and into the engine block. Now tool-tighten all the bolts to secure the new alternator to the engine block.