D/C Alternator wires corroded '89 Celica

Asked by Aug 15, 2013 at 12:48 AM about the 1989 Toyota Celica GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have replaced my alternator 4 times now and this time i realized that the D/C wires are
corroded and I will have to replace them. I'm assuming there are no fuses along the line to
the battery. The wires run back behind my engine block and I am wondering how to
replace them as well. All Help is GREATLY appreciated. Thank you!!!

2 Answers

Cut old connection off replace it w new, tools needed. One pair side cutters,or dykes,if anyone is offended my apologies, new connector, rosin core solder,crimpers and one soldering iron. Time to complete repairs ≥30 mins

Disconnect battery always

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