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Alternator removal 2000 996

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I'm new to the forum and I'm trying to get my alternator out to go get it tested. I get the lights on the panel and the volts dropping so I need to remove but I'm stuck. I have the belt off(thanks to the DIY forum) but I can't find any other info on r/r the alternator. Do I have to remove the throttlebody and all the stuff above the alternator? Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

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I'm new to the forum and I'm trying to get my alternator out to go get it tested. I get the lights on the panel and the volts dropping so I need to remove but I'm stuck. I have the belt off(thanks to the DIY forum) but I can't find any other info on r/r the alternator. Do I have to remove the throttlebody and all the stuff above the alternator? Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

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I'm new to the forum and I'm trying to get my alternator out to go get it tested. I get the lights on the panel and the volts dropping so I need to remove but I'm stuck. I have the belt off(thanks to the DIY forum) but I can't find any other info on r/r the alternator. Do I have to remove the throttlebody and all the stuff above the alternator? Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

Did you get any ifo on replacing alternator. If so could you pass it on

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I'm trying to replace the alternator on my 99' Carrera and I need some assistance. Can someone please send me a link or instructions on how to perform this DIY. thanks in advance!

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