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Well, I have to take my alternator out of my 1994 STS 4.6. What is the best way to approach this? Should I go from underneath? Should I take the rad out? If anybody has taken one out before please let me know the best plan of attack. Thanks

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I've Always Believed That If An Owner Is Mechanically Inclined , The First Part He Should Buy After The Car Is A Factory Service Manual. Will Save Time And Money Many Times Over. Not A Chiltons, Not A Haynes, A Factory Service Manual. Just My Opinion.
 

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I've Always Believed That If An Owner Is Mechanically Inclined , The First Part He Should Buy After The Car Is A Factory Service Manual. Will Save Time And Money Many Times Over. Not A Chiltons, Not A Haynes, A Factory Service Manual. Just My Opinion.
Probably not a bad idea, I'll check into that tomorrow.
 

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I've Always Believed That If An Owner Is Mechanically Inclined , The First Part He Should Buy After The Car Is A Factory Service Manual. Will Save Time And Money Many Times Over. Not A Chiltons, Not A Haynes, A Factory Service Manual. Just My Opinion.
I just picked the alternator from a Seville STS 4.6.
It is not easy, but possible.
Buy a Chilton book, it tells you how to do.Rejsbo, Sweden.
 
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