How to Replace the Alternator on a 2010-2015 Honda Crosstour

How to Replace the Alternator on a 2010-2015 Honda Crosstour

Brian Eslick from How to Automotive http://www.howtoautomotive.com takes you step-by-step through the process of replacing the alternator on a 2010-2015 Honda Crosstour.

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How to Automotive says:

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Gregory Pedrazine says:

Thanks man I was just able to do this on a 2012 with minimal hassles !! Great tutorial !

Gary Steele says:

Did you put that belt tensioner tool directly onto the pulley. I'm trying to replace the serpentine belt, put a 19mm on a spot that is on the bracket and it rounded out and I had to replace the whole tensioner. It looked like you put it right on the bolt that goes through the pulley and mounts into the block. Even with the new tensioner, im struggling to get the serpentine belt on. I'm about to light the car on fire.

Mista CDawg says:

5:14 how did you get that 10mm bolt off with that extension? The fan covers will not allow any extension

Chad Kilgore says:

I changed the alternator successfully. I did remove the fan. I hooked all the connections back up. Jumped it to start. But then within 2mins the temperature garage drops and the car stalls out. Thoughts?

Flying Dragons says:

TOP OF THE LINE MECHANIC IF WE WERE IN THE MILITARY I WANT THIS GUY IN MY TANK

Steven Sterken says:

Great video! Helped a lot! Curious though, what trim tool is that you have?

Ken Dodie says:

How much should I pay for someone to install

Mike Kaiser says:

Thank you for this video! I was able to replace mine in just over an hour after watching your video. I removed the fan because I didn't have the equipment to evacuate the AC.

peter chun says:

did you replace the timing belt at the same time?
great video

Myroslav Kuznyuk says:

Good video but no enough description how to remove timing belt. I am trying to do that i cant really see which bolt you hook it on to make it lose. I have an issue with it, because someone strip the bolt(lever) for it and i am looking for secondary options how to make it lose and i didn't see it on your video.

Jay Tea says:

What is the average life of alternator? 100k, 150k?

Philip Semar says:

Thanks for the video! Will the pulley from this Denso 210-0774 fit/run in a 2010 Crosstour or would I need to go with the Denso 210-0645 model?

heyitschino says:

Hey im in San Diego as well. La mesa

Heekyu Kim says:

GreAt video thanks!

Adam Militello says:

Not sure if that Honda has a factory radio code. So, I would recommend an OBD2 setting saver plug and battery. I would have pulled the fan(s)… But to each their own. Thank you for your usual great content.

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