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Old 12-03-2007, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default Want photos: S2 L67 alternator bracketing

Looking for some good close-up photos of the bracketing or "arms" behind the alternator...specifically, how the alternator attaches to the head / LIM / special bracket, or whatever it does actually bolt to...also, where the fuel rail is in relation to that bracketing.

I am specifically interested in the S2 L67 H-body, especially in the year range from 97ish to 98.
(I believe 99+ H-body and all W-body have a completely different kind of alternator and attachment setup, and I am not sure about 95 to 96ish H-body...)

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98 is when the new bracketry started....

and i can get you some pics...let me work on it...myself and someone just installed the 98+ setup on a 97
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does this help at all?

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does this help at all?
That alternator bracketing in your pic looks like what'* on my '04 LeSabre, but the '98 LeSabre has a different, kinda more "squared-off" looking alternator than the newer cars, and a different kind of bracketing. So, as purty as that is, it unfortunately doesn't help me with the '98 LeSabre.

The '98 has a different, kinda more "squared-off" looking alternator than the newer cars. The bracketing in the back of that is like two thick, round, bent black "arms" or "bars" that attach between the back of the alt and a flat bracket that is bolted to the rear head.

It sounds like 1993 SLE understands this difference I'm talking about...however, unless it'* my only choice, I'm not necessarily looking to change to the '98+ SSEi bracketing (i.e., like what'* in Haro'* pic), as it would require a new alternator (I think)...rather, I'd like to know if I could simply get some bracketing that will attach to my current alternator.

Maybe I need to get a pic of my current setup...
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