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You will have to remove the mounting for the power steering pump to get enough room to remove the alternator.
Follow the procedure below
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I can give you what is available and what I can describe. Loosen the lock nut on the adjuster and the nuts on the pivot bolt for the pump then turn the adjusting bolt to loosen the belt. Remove the belt and the adjuster from the pump. Remove the pivot bolt and lift the pump out of the way leaving the hoses attached.
You do NOT have to drain the fluid out of the pump just don't turn it upside down.
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The brake master cylinder is on the backside of the engine. The alternator is on the front.
I think I need a picture of what you are seeing.
There is an LX, DX, EX model but not an SE
There is a 1.7L engine but I am not familiar with a YH933348 as you posted above
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Is this a Coupe or sedan?
This is a 4 cylinder?
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See the diagram below for the relationship of the alternator and the power steering pump above it.
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Is it an Si maybe?
Please post the VIN number
Are you sure this starts with a 2 and not a 1?
YOu are correct that a 2000 has a 1.6L with the alternator mounted between the engine e and the firewall but the alternator will come out the bottom. You need to remove the alternator mounting bracket
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