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Old 01-02-2004, 11:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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yeah um i took my power stering brackets and alternator tension sliding thing and im not sure how they go back together, youd think that i could figure it sout but i cant, and i need to go to work soon so please help het me some pics of where they go. does the alternator tension sliding slot thing, bolt to the top right timing cover bolt? thanks
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Sure.....BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!

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If you really need some pics wait till daylight tomorrow and I'll take some.
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Old 01-03-2004, 07:22 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Ok, I was going to snap some pics for you but it is aboslutely frikking impossible to see that bracket once it is installed. The good news is I just got back 5 mins ago from helping a buddy put his freshly rebuilt 22RE in his truck. It took us like an hour to figure out those stupid brackets too So here is the answer you seek. Remove all brackets from drivers side of engine, if you already have PS pump bracket installed remove it. The alternator bracket bolts on in two places, one is the same bolt that holds the dipstick tube bracket and once that is lined up you will see the bolt on the front of the timing cover for the other hole. (you need to have the distributor out too) Then you install the main power steering pump/bracket and you can actually get to the bolts. Then you install the other power steering pump bracket, the one that bolts on the backside of the pump at the bottom, then you install the alternator and distributor. If you have any more specific questions you can ask them here or PM me and I will try to answer them.
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