So im still on my project or replacing the engine bay wiring harness... have only 1 wire left, a single wire bolted to the back of the alternator... im trying to get to it without removing the alternator... any ideas? The wire is the "hot" wire.. not one of the plug ones... Im soooo close to hopefully being done... and thanks to all that have helped and been patient with me
YOU'VE GONE ALL THE WAY TO REPLACE THE ENGINE BAY HARNESS!!..Do i really need to tell you to spend the extra 30 minutes to remove the alternator and do it the right way??? Come on bro.. half assing the last wire to connect will end up being the one were you strip the stud on the back of the alternator or drop the nut and lose it.
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Funny stuff.. but you are right... getting the alternator off is looking like a pain in the ass though... was just thinking someone had a great idea to get to it easier... and trust me.. my nuts have dropped a few times through this "task"... what a pain in the ass!!
I have to agree with Sound&Security on this one, but the nut is a 13mm and with the right front wheel off you can use a flex head Gear Wrench to remove and install the nut. It a little tight back there though. I assume you have the ground removed from the battery!
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