The alternator in my 75 camper (1800) kind of died - or stopped charging the battery. I spoke to my Auto-Electricitian who suggested that it would be cheaper to fix if I took out the alternator and bring it in rather than have him remove it. So this is what I did and how I did it. Step 1 First I put Shirl up on stands so I could get under her a little eaiser, Then I removed the stone guard from the cooling fan, and removed the fanbelt. Next I removed the plate or tim-ware that was attached to the heat-exchanger on the right hand side so I could access the bolt that holds the alternator on and the clamp that held the breather pipe (I think's what you call it) attached to the back of the alternator. I also removed the tin-ware from in front of the alternator.