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Old 11-27-2005, 11:01   #1 (permalink)
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change alternator in Taurus

Hi,
I was trying to change the alternator of my 94 Taurus with 3L engine. As I
was removing the bolts to seperate the alternator, I found out that the main
bolt (pivot bolt I guess) is too big and washer-fluid reservoir will not
let me remove the bolt completely. I was wondering if I really need to
remove the washer-fluid reservoir. If yes, is it easy to do it? I don't have
too much experience in repairng cars.
Any help or advise will be appreciated


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Old 11-27-2005, 21:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: change alternator in Taurus

"None" <marco_v1975@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I was trying to change the alternator of my 94 Taurus with 3L engine.
> As I was removing the bolts to seperate the alternator, I found out
> that the main bolt (pivot bolt I guess) is too big and washer-fluid
> reservoir will not let me remove the bolt completely. I was wondering
> if I really need to remove the washer-fluid reservoir. If yes, is it
> easy to do it? I don't have too much experience in repairng cars.
> Any help or advise will be appreciated
>
>
>


it's simple and easy to remove... look it over carefully, remove
carefully, dont stretch/tear any tubing or wires

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