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|Pulley Type:||3 Groove Serpentine|
|Alternator Case Type:||Cast|
|Alternator Finish:||Same as OEM|
|Amperage Rating:||70 A|
|External Fan Included:||Yes|
|Pulley Diameter:||60 mm|
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Q:were is the fuse for the tech tip on this Located? A blown fuse in the lamp circuit may cause a "no charge" condition. Verify that battery voltage is present at the "L" terminal of the alternator plug.; See Tech Tip # 581; Test Chart Page # SP
A:Refer to your car manual to find where your alternator fuse is positioned in the fuse box. Look at the back of the manual, and find the alphabetic listing of items. Look under "F" and find "Fuses." It tells you the page number of the manual to look at. then Turn to the page number specified in the manual for fuses. You will find a diagram of the fuse box. Each fuse is listed. Note the position of the fuse listed as "Alternator Fuse."Open your car fuse box. Locate the alternator fuse by referring to the diagram in your car manual. Read the fuse rating on the side. You need to ensure you replace the blown alternator fuse with the same rating.
Q:the alternator is lose how do I get it out? not enough room
A:For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts.