I was on some next mission this weekend, drove to Dorset from Cambridge and then back up to Watford, motored it the whole way. Long story short my alternator is dead and my battery ran out and if not for the legends at the RAC (best £4 a month I ever spent) I'd still be stuck in Watford. The dude came out at 1am, switched my battery, attached it to a powerpack thru the passengers side window with jump leads and ecorted me back to Cambridge at an average of about 90mph in a race against time before the thing died again (headlights). I will say that if you have a car, GET A RAC subscription, these guys have saved my bacon twice now, and every time they went above and beyond to sort me out. So I need to replace the Alternator in my Peugeot 206. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PEUGEOT-206-1...arts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM?hash=item53da2ba250 I've bought this and I was wondering A) Can I change this myself? Does anybody have a link to the Haynes manual or anything that can talk me through it? B) How much (roughly) would it cost to get a garage do it it for me? Also with the newly recharged battery I have in there, provided I turn everything off, how long do you reckon I can drive the car without it dying on me? It needs to get me to and from would (about 20 mins each way) every day until my new alternator arrives... Thanks!