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Changing the alternator in a Saturn Relay. How to get it wheel well off?
Hi First off need to know what year Relay and what size motor, A 4 cylinder the alt with come out through the top and a 6 cylinder through the bottom/pass side wheel well. If 6 cyl. take pass side tire off then the small plastic panel exsposing the motor then take belt off then first take off the Positive battery post then you can disconnect the wiring from the Alt. then the bolt holding it in. Now just maneuver the Alt out through the wheel well and now install new Alt back in in reverse order.
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on Dec 27, 2016
How do I go about
The problem is likely a bad switch in said door. If you can't fix it now, crawl under the dash, find the chime (should be easy..ding..ding), and unplug it. Please rate me. Thanks
on Mar 24, 2015
On car relays the ones with 4 or 5 pins how do tell if they are normally closed or normally open.
there may be symbols on the relay that will indicate NO or NC. The only other way to tell is if you buy the electrical repair manual for your car. The information in the schematics will show NO or NC. Taking the relay and testing it will tell you what it's doing right then. Using a DVM and testing continuity, if it's unplugged and and testing across the legs it shows all zeros it means that the circuit is complete and there is no resistance from point A to point B, but once power is put to the relay, if the same legs now show resistance (Numbers jumping up and down or anything other than zero, then your circuit is open.
on Dec 24, 2014
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