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Pulling the alternator is a fair bit of work, so it is generally a good idea to try the voltage regulator first (plus that is a cheap part). I've got about 3 good alternators sitting on a shelf now after swapping alternators, with no luck and my saab indy doing the same on a car (was a bad crank pulley that still spun the belts and didn't creak!). It's a fair bit of work and risk of causing cooling system leaks also imho with those hoses if they are old. AC leaks also are possible from moving the compressor etc...
I like your slim offset screwdriver. Probably even better than my ratcheting one:
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