11. The pulley slipped on with ease.
12. With the factory water pump bolted on,
we were ready to add the alternator and power
13. The pulley bracket went on with ease.
14. With a couple of turns of the ratchet, the
bracket was bolted up.
15. We laid out the power steering in order to
make sense of how it bolts on. This would make
sure that the rubber hose wouldn’t bind up,
starving the pump.
16. We clipped the reservoir in place and bolted
down the power steering pump as one unit.
17. Two bolts held the alternator in place and
only needed to be tightened by hand before
they were tightened down with a torque
18. The drive was ready to receive a belt once
the belt tensioner was bolted up.
19. The factory belt tensioner was installed,
and the purpose of it is to keep the belt from
slipping when running high RPMs.
20. The main belt was put on and went on with
21. To make sure of our clearances, we
mounted the starter.
22. The motor was ready to be installed and
mocked into our car. Make sure to follow this
step a few times to assure that the motor is