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Hi all, is there a guide anywhere to removal and replacement of the alternator for a 2007 Peugeot 207 1.6HDi?
 

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if it makes any difference its the 110hp with air con. I believe the engine code is DV6TED4 (could be wrong though)
 

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Procedure is pretty much this:
Disconnect the battery.
Pull back the aux belt tensioner and pin in place. Remove aux belt and mark its direction of rotation if reusing. Remove tensioner to gain access to access to one of the alternator mounting bolts.
From under the engine remove the mounting bolts connecting the aircon compressor to the mounting bracket that holds the compressor and the alternator and carefully manoeuvre out of the way, do not disconnect any of the pipes!
Disconnect the alternator wiring and remove the mounting bolts and remove the alternator by taking out under the engine. In true Haynes manual style, fitting is the reverse of removal. I may have missed a step or two but it's a pretty simple job. Good luck.
 

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It would make things easier, yes, but I don't think it's essential. The aux belt can be changed without doing that. Told you I'd forget something!
 

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just got round to having a look tonight, its not as described as above - there is no tensioner for a start.
looking online there seems to be several different options, anyone got a step by step guide for a 2007 207 GT 1.6HDi 110bhp with aircon??
 

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Well if you'd posted the last 8 digits of your VIN then we'd know for sure, there are at least 2 options for the engine you describe, with and without a stretch belt (or flexible belt as Peugeot calls them - doesn't have a tensioner but does have a pulley).
 

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ah ok -
last 8 of VIN - 33694531

when it stops raining i'll take o/s/f wheel and arch/liner off to get a better look
 
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