Richard McDonald: I'm new to fixing car's and came across this video. Long story short Thank You.
Larrie Mason: Been trying to get a mechanic to replace alternater in my Dodge Durango 2005. I came across your video and you put together a very well step by step video. You got me convinced I can do it myself. Thanks for the awesome video.
J. Mohler: just like the video showed. much appreciated
Rafael Ayala: im gonna do this today, hope it is easy as it looks
Day Trade Signals Plus: Excellent video. This is what YouTube was designed for.
Thee Raqivegas: thanks, going to change my alt. today!
RobDaWolf: I just replaced the alternator in my 2000 Durango, and I only needed a 10mm, a 14mm, & a 15mm. The 15 was only to move the tensioner. Took me 2 minutes longer than the video.
Atomis Farms: Just flipped mine out with your advice guys, if I got parts to buy online I call you guys up. Much thanks
Christopher Finerty: Thank you, it was a breeze. nothing came out wrong.That's a first for me...thank you Mike.
Edward Washington: Thank you so much. Really not knowing much about autonrepairs at all, your video provided me step by step instructions on how to replace my alternator. I didn't know if I'd be able to do it but your video was EXTREMELY helpful. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!
WAL720B: Good info except for my 2001 4.7 liter Dakota, the connections were different. One plug in the back and one bolted connection to the battery. The '01 also has three bolts connecting to the block. Took me, an absolute idiot with a tool in my hand, less than an hour.
Jason Bryant: Very helpful man appreciate very much
Christopher Schneider: I have a 2004 dodge ram 1500 5.7 i disconnected the negative battery cable then installed the new alternator and put all the connections back on the new alternator but when i reconnect the cable to the battery it burns out the new alternator any thoughts
TAV3RA: Great video. My alternator is on the right side. 2001 dodge durango 4.7 Looks like yours was on the left. (May be wrong) I also only needed 10mm ratchet to discconect battery, 15mm for the three bolts on alternator and a 13mm for the bolt on top connecting a wire. So kinda weird that u named all the other sizes. But very good video. Keep it up for us DIYers. Thank you for your time and effort of the video.
Jake Miller: Can I leave the battery hooked up? I like a nice jolt of energy in the morning. Just kidding, this video may come in super helpful today, so thank you for sharing!
bruce westfall: Very nice. No stupid pulsing music. Thanks. No having the first 5 minutes being an offscreen voice talking about what he will do. Awesome. You speed thru the easy parts and now I know that I need a 7mm, 10 mm, 14mm socket and 14mm wrench.
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Good job guys!
Troy K: Good video but your alternator seemed to come out easily compared to mine. Mine had a sleeve or insert in the bolt hole on the lower back side that prevented the lower bracket from coming apart from the mount. I ended up breaking the mount at the bolt hole to get the damn thing out.
Francis Bibeau: Ok i know nada about cars and i just changed my alternator with this huge help. Thank you!
amed sanchez: Re : Check Gauges light coming on the Voltage also jumps all the way to 18
amed sanchez: My check Gauges light comes on my 2000 Dodge Durango 4.7L I replaced the Battery & Alternator still comes on but only when on freeway going 60/70 speeds when I come to a Stop the light turns Off Any Suggestions???
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