That would require some serious machining. Far easier simply to get an alternator to install instead.
Auto Zone has instrustions on how to this. We however found it was easier to remove the passanger tire and go that way instead of removing the blets.
The alternator generates power to run the car and charge the battery. An alternator in a vehicle generates Alternate Current (AC) instead of Direct Current (DC) electricity to power the vehicle.
No, you can't
Yes. Canadian drivers licences are recognized n the US. However, you'd still required to present a valid Canadian passport when crossing the border into the US. A enhanced drivers license from BC will allow you to enter the US by land (instead of a passport).
what drivers, dear? try the official site first. if no help, use a software to automatically download it instead...
I would expect that the battery is dead; however, instead of jump starting the car, it is far easier on your car's charging system to place a battery charger on it for about 6 hours then start the car. Otherwise, the alternator tries to charge the dead battery at a wide open rate and it can damage your alternator. Mark
But may be used - instead of however, in most contexts.
Could be. But it might be an alternator problem instead of a batery problem. You need a good alternator to keep the bttery recharged. I wouldn't run out and buy a battery without getting the alternator checked.
The regulator is internal to the alternator! Just replace the alt. The alternator has an internal regulator that can be replaced by itself; however, when there is an issue with the alternator, it often involves diodes in alternator instead of or in addition to the regulator. better repair shops will often take an alternator to an automotive electrical repair shop for same-day rebuilds, with the value much higher than a cheap rebuild in a chain parts shop, and hundreds less than a dealer replacement. You want Bosch or your own Bosch rebuilt
Try pushing the unlock button twice. Many cars now unlock the drivers door on the first push, then all other passenger doors on the second push of the button.
I dont think that you can change your driver licences and instead you need to take a new drivers test and probably get two licences for both states.
Try the old way - inserting the key into the door lock. Also try the passenger door ... it may be a little inconvenient to enter/exit the car vehicle that way, but at least you'll be inside and driving it instead of being on the outside cursing the drivers door.
No, you need a passport to enter another country.
I most certainly do. There are enough rude drivers on the road as it is, but I live in a small town in the South when polite drivers afre the norm instead of the exception.
In 2012, the drivers are Pastor Maldonado and Bruno Senna. Last year, Rubens Barrichello drove for Williams instead of Senna.
Yes, alternators are designed to maintain the battery, or recharge a battery that has been slightly discharged from starting the car. When the alternator is used to recharge a dead battery, it causes the alternator work harder and longer than it is designed for, causing it to overheat, thus causing damage to the alternator. A battery charger should be used instead. They are designed for charging dead batteries. After the battery is charged, let the alternator maintain the charge.
Yes, by using a dynamo (which produces d.c.) instead of an alternator.
No, not unless you installed a 6 volt battery instead of a 12 volt battery.
When searching for drivers, you have the option to specify a location ( "Include this location in the search" ). Just specify your Flash drive.
instead of but, use however.
I believe a lot of truck drivers are limited the routes in order to save on money and gas. I also think that truck drivers are looking to work with companies instead of being an independent contractor.
If the light is still on then the problem was not the battery but was instead the alternator which is more than likely defective.
Through a coupled inductor, similar to a transformer, but working on DC instead of AC.