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Old 08-06-2012, 06:59 PM   #1
hocusfocus04
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Cool Alternator replacement

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The alternator has been removed from mounts but we cannot get it out of the engine compartment.

Saw a video where motor mounts were removed and engine was slightly pulled foward witha chain...is this really the only way to get the old one out?

Is it easier to remove from the top or underneath?

Any removal and/or installation tips greatly appreciated.


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