Alternator - Remanufactured - 60 Amps
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CARQUEST Alternator - Remanufactured - 60 Amps

Part No. 14643A Warranty Details  
$87.99
was $93.99
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Core Charge: $24.00
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This alternator has been computer load tested and mechanically and visually inspected. Designed, manufactured and assembled to promote improved long-term reliability.
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Alternator Case Type:Cast
Alternator Finish:Same as OEM
Amperage Rating:60 A
External Fan Included:Yes
Fan Type:Internal
Lester Number:14643
O.E.M. Replacement:Nippondenso
Plug Type:PC_280
Pulley Diameter:60 mm
Pulley Grooves:7
Pulley Included:Yes
Pulley Type:7 Groove Serpentine
Regulator Included:Yes
Regulator Plug Clocking:12:00
Regulator Type:Internal
Voltage:12 v

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CARQUESTAlternator - Remanufactured - 60 Amps
 
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4.0

It works... can't ask for much more

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    Comments about CARQUEST Alternator - Remanufactured - 60 Amps:

    This was for my '84 Supra, after the previous alternator (a Denso reman, also from Advance) started severely undercharging. The Worldwide was remanufactured in Mexico, and I have to admit that the quality was substantially better. Even after just over a year and less than a thousand miles, the hot terminal on the Denso unit was corroded to the core, and the insulator sleeve fell right out of it. The terminal on the WW is copper (or copper-coated) and a lot sturdier, with a stronger insulator. Not to mention that the pulley is steel, instead of the plastic one that was on the Denso. It's been less than a week since I installed it, but I'm reasonable happy with the build quality of this part and optimistic that it won't quit on me after a year or so. Plus, it was cheap!

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