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Old 09-15-2002, 02:29 AM
Dan Rotigel
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190 16v alternator removal replacement

I just did this job, thought I'd leave this message for those that do searches.

First of all, remove the covers (metal heat shield and plastic cover) before the two bolts holding the alternator in.

Second, loosen the top bolt. Then, get under the car to access the bottom bolt. You actually unscrew the nut that is towards the rear of the car to get this one out. I had to get under the car, but i think its possible to do it from above.

Third, remove the wires, spray them with electrical cleaner. I had to move a piece of wire (ground?) from the old unit to the re-built one, but yours may differ.


Fourth, take the two bolts out, lower the alternator down through the engine compartment to the floor.

Fifth, do everything in reverse. Good luck =)

Dan
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Old 09-15-2002, 02:30 AM
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Whoopsie

I neglected to mention the judicious use of a crow bar on the belt tensioner to get the belt off in the first place. Should be a one man job, but a helper is usefull.

Dan
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Old 09-15-2002, 04:55 PM
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to get the belt off you can just loosen up the belt tensioner with a socket wrench and take the belt off with your hands.
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Old 09-15-2002, 11:54 PM
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better way

For some reason, I am always doing things the dificult way with this car...must come from working on fords for the past few years? Damn germans, always finding a better way to do things...

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