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Old 03-17-07, 09:28 PM   #1
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I did a search for some reference material "just in case" without much luck. I found some info on lextreme but haven't went to compare. Does anyone have any other info? TIA!

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i'll try to post some thing from the lexus manual when I get home from school.
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Sorry. I came home late last night and I fell asleep.

See attachment for the pdf file. Let me know if it helps. thanks.
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2nd file.......
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3rd (last) file.....
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download all three attachments.
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Awesome. That is it. You the man, H!
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thank you...
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Helpful but took me 20 mins to find something to wedge in the ps pump pulley ... other than that great help

just to make sure that part had to come out
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this is very helpful hint DIY..but it could be challenging to do...
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i changed the alternator yesterday and i tried to bolt the ground cable to the bolt the holds the alternator and its blowing the 120v fuse, Is the a set area to bolt the ground to the alternator so the fuse doesnt blow? please help. 3.99 a fuse is not cheap and i went thru 4 already... can i bolt it to something else on the car or a set place on the alternator?????HElp
i even downloaded the DYI above and still, im stuck!!!!!!
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i changed the alternator yesterday and i tried to bolt the ground cable to the bolt the holds the alternator and its blowing the 120v fuse, Is the a set area to bolt the ground to the alternator so the fuse doesnt blow? please help. 3.99 a fuse is not cheap and i went thru 4 already... can i bolt it to something else on the car or a set place on the alternator?????HElp
i even downloaded the DYI above and still, im stuck!!!!!!
Sounds like you got a short in a circuit for it to blow the fuse.
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Helpful but took me 20 mins to find something to wedge in the ps pump pulley ... other than that great help

just to make sure that part had to come out
would the SST thing to hold the pulley help at all?

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i changed the alternator yesterday and i tried to bolt the ground cable to the bolt the holds the alternator and its blowing the 120v fuse, Is the a set area to bolt the ground to the alternator so the fuse doesnt blow? please help. 3.99 a fuse is not cheap and i went thru 4 already... can i bolt it to something else on the car or a set place on the alternator?????HElp
i even downloaded the DYI above and still, im stuck!!!!!!
did you find out what was causing this?
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i took off the bolts and wires to the alternator (90 min) im newB. and then i couldnt find a hole big enuff to slide it out. so i yanked and cranked it out. it was frustrating. im going to napa today to get a new alternator. i think i might have trouble fitting it back in the hole i pulled it from. and also there was a leak dripping onto the alternator. i read up on it and some said it was the power steering fluid. will lucas power steering stop leak stop a leak in a hose?
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