Hello .. thanks for the donation .. much appreciated
The alternator is replaced as a unit and is an esay DIY job ...Because of the work you have had done to the vehicle, I would be checking the wiring connections are secure and clean before replacing the alternator !! it sounds like you may have a loose connection .. hope this helps .. let me know
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Ensure you have the anti-theft code the radio. Write down the frequencies for radio's preset buttons.
Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
Remove the adjust plate mounting bolt "A", locknut "B" and mounting bolt "C". Remove the Power Steering (P/S) pump belt "D" and pump without disconnecting the P/S hoses. See Fig. 9 .
Disconnect the 4 pin connector "A" and alternator cable "B" from the alternator. See Fig. 10 .
Loosen the adjusting bolt "A", and remove the lock bolt "B" and mounting bolt "C". Remove the alternator belt and alternator. See Fig. 11 .
Fig. 9: Removing Alternator Components
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Tuesday, March 10th, 2009 AT 8:27 AM