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Rubber bushing in alternator bracket... (archive)

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Posted by mikeS on June 26, 2001 at 18:47:38:

In Reply to: tii help needed posted by John S on June 26, 2001 at 18:39:51:

Usually there's a fat rubber/steel bushing in the alternator bracket to reduce vibration.

Mike



About five years ago I took my 73 tii engine out and disassembeled it. I have finally done the work on it that was needed and put it together. There are two things that I can't remember and haven't found a picture that helps. First, the amr for adjusting the alternator has a hole for attaching it to the bottom of the engine. The hole is bigger than the protrusion that it connects to and the stud is about an inch long. What fills the arm hole and why is the stud so long? Second, above the alternator is a stud that sticks out the back of the injector pump belt housing. What is its purpose? I am getting exited about finally getting that car back on the road! Any help would be most appreciated.





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