How Do You Change An Alternator In A 1996 Honda Accord?
Alternators in cars are responsible for sending electricity throughout the vehicle. If your battery dies frequently or your headlights begin to dim suddenly, your alternator may not be sending the currents properly. For the 1996 Honda Accord, replace the alternator without the help of a professional. You need either a 2.2L or 2.7L, depending on the model. Disconnect the battery in the Accord. The battery has two wires connected to it, a positive and a negative. Both need to be removed using a socket wrench. Disconnect the alternator’s four-prong connector. It is connected to the rear end of the alternator. Disconnect the terminal nut from the alternator, also located at the back, with a socket wrench. Once the terminal nut is removed, disconnect the wire. Remove the bottom bolt and the adjusting bolt of the alternator with a socket wrench. Remove the lock nut. Pull the alternator out of the Accord. Install the new alternator and replace all the bolts in the reverse order in which they