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I only see a DIY for replacing the ALT for a 12V. Same thing I would imagine for the 24V right?
Same basic idea. I haven't looked at either engine in a long time so I don't know the specifics, but its the same thing for the most part.
Pretty much the same, gotta move the front piece to carrier service position, it's kind of a bitch
People are always surprised that my car smells of crayons
That's what I thought. Thanks
Follow the 12v guide and you should figure it out it's pretty straight forward once you get into it did my first alternator change ever on my 24v few months ago and was not very hard
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I did mine this last month and just removed the entire front brace. Only a few bolts and then you have full access to it. Took me maybe 45 mins with one guy helping take bolts etc. out.