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This is about as easy as it comes but it can save you a great deal of money over buying a new or remanufactured alternator. Sometimes they get stuck on the brackets. A pry bar is very helpful if that happens.

If you’re not familiar with Pull-A-Part, they’re a self service salvage company in the US. They have 25 yards in 12 states. I’m not just saying this, but they’ve become my favorite place to go for salvage parts. I suggest you check them out.

 

To make it easy, here’s a link to their website: http://www.pullapart.com

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Video Title: How To Pull a Toyota 2.2L Alternator #SalvageYardHacks -EricTheCarGuy Video Description: This video shows how to remove an alternator from a Toyota 2.2L. Thumbnail: http://www.ericthecarguy.com/images/Youtube_Thumbs/june/2016/How-To-Pull-a-Toyota-2.2l-lg.jpg

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