I broke my upper alternator bolt on my 92 civic si. I can't find another and a regular nut and bolt are backing off making the belt loose after a few hours after tensioning it. It is swapped. Ls vtec.
I've tried several different alternator bolts
from 92 to 2000 Hondas and they are all
different. None of them look anything like
send a picture...please
cooooome on maaaaaannnn.. what bolt/long or short main/adjuster....take the old one all of it if its out tosay like ace hardware and have then measure lenght/dia/ threads......if an odd ball..tap to next size or go to a junk yard......
let me know ...its ok.
like #kelly said. tap a new one, thats the easiest and quickest
It's the top bolt used for adjusting I guess. If I tap it bigger the bolt won't fit through the mount.
Like I said I've tried several bolts. Anything even slightly bigger won't go through the mount bracket. The original bolt didn't really turn in. It pushed through.
I was thinking of maybe getting a new mount. Is that possible won't it come with the right stuff
nick..the mount OR BRACKET that holds the alt to the engine BOTTOM.. is it the long bolt??if so you can drill out the bracket 1-2-3- 4- inches for the new bolt... anyway if the top ..dont see why a new nut and bolt WITH STAR WASHERS SANDWICHED BETWEEN ALL wont fix it and the bottom..you can do the same thing... also look at the movie..and tell me at what time your having the problem with the bolt.. > www.youtube.com/watch?v=9M4lB8n6Vmk
watch the video...this is easy stuff here to fix...relax
Mine doesn't look like that. It has a plug on the side for the wiring. You just plug it in. The mount is on the back of the motor and leads to the same spot but a bolt goes through the top of the alternator. Not on the side
There's a hole going horizontal to put the bolt and nut
How do I post a picture
https://www.google.com/search? q=aftermarket+alternator+brackets+ honda&rlz=1Y3JHSK_enUS610US61 1&sboxchip=Shopping&biw=360&bih =615&tbs=vw:l&tbm=shop&prmd=i& ei=Z1a6Ve6QDZKdygTDuoyQAg&sta rt=20&sa=N#spd=26072633621296 7929&spud=0. kind of looks like this one but not quite. But generally
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