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Old 05-31-2013, 12:59 AM   #1
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How to replace altenator in 2004 gt

I have to have my alt rebuilt and was wondering how's the best way to go about it? Thanks
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Old 05-31-2013, 01:27 AM   #3
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Thanks any tips on removing the alt?
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Thanks any tips on removing the alt?
Very easy, one bolt on top ( Cable ) - 10/8mm
3 bolts in the front above cover 12/13mm
Remove belt ( 3/8 )

Should take like 10 min to remove

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Very easy, one bolt on top ( Cable ) - 10/8mm
3 bolts in the front above cover 12/13mm
Remove belt ( 3/8 )

Should take like 10 min to remove
And remove bracket
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Step #1, disconnect the battery negative terminal!

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Very easy, one bolt on top ( Cable ) - 10/8mm
3 bolts in the front above cover 12/13mm
Remove belt ( 3/8 )

Should take like 10 min to remove

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And remove bracket
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Step #1, disconnect the battery negative terminal!
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You would be surprised by the number of messes I have cleaned up over the years because someone didn't...
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You would be surprised by the number of messes I have cleaned up over the years because someone didn't...
Figured a human would have enough sense to do that , .. He asked how to take off the alternator , he didn't ask on what to do step by step
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Figured a human would have enough sense to do that , .. He asked how to take off the alternator , he didn't ask on what to do step by step
You have much to learn young Padawan...
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You have much to learn young Padawan...
X1000000. Bahahahahahahhahaha

To give you an idea about humans...I am a security guard. Called local PD tonight to report some contributions to the delinquency of a minor. Dispatch told me it wasn't my place....wtf?!?
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