Alternator - Remanufactured - 70 Amps
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CARQUEST Alternator - Remanufactured - 70 Amps

Part No. 14931A Warranty Details  

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Alternator Case Type:Cast
Alternator Finish:Same as OEM
Amperage Rating:70 A
External Fan Included:Yes
Fan Type:Internal
Lester Number:13362
O.E.M. Replacement:Nippondenso
Plug Type:PC_290
Pulley Diameter:60 mm
Pulley Grooves:3
Pulley Included:Yes
Pulley Type:3 Groove Serpentine
Regulator Included:Yes
Regulator Plug Clocking:6:30
Regulator Type:Internal
Voltage:12 v

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CARQUESTAlternator - Remanufactured - 70 Amps
 
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5.0

Great Alternator

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from Concord, NC

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Install

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    Best Uses

    • Replacement

    Comments about CARQUEST Alternator - Remanufactured - 70 Amps:

    Good product at a very good price. Performs well.

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      WHERE DO I FIND TECH TIP #544 AND TEST CHART #HF REFERRED TO IN THE DESCRIPTION OF THIS ITEM
      Asked on 9/10/2010 by JOE from NY

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      • CUSTOMER CARE

        A:

        Tech Tip 544 states:
        1. The ignition terminal must have voltage. This voltage comes from the ignition switch, usuall by means of the "ENG." Fuse. Failure to have voltage at the IG terminal will cause: No charge, indicator lamp on.
        2. Terminal S must have battery voltage. This voltage is supplied directly from the battery and will be present whether the ignition switch is in the ON or OFF position. Failure to have voltage at this terminal will cause: Alternator indicator light to come on. In some cases, Voltage may be abnormally high.
        3. The BAT terminal must have battery voltage. This voltage is supplied directly from the battery and will be present whether the ignition shitch is in the ON or OFF position. Failure to have voltage at this terminal will cause: No charge, indicator lamp on. Extremely high voltage at BATT terminal. Possible damage to alternator diodes.
        4. Most alternator failures are caused by defective/discharged batteries, loose drive belts, or corroded wires. Check for these conditions to prevent a recurring problem!
        5. The ALT fuse protects the indicator warning lamp from current spikes in case the BAT wire should vecome disconnected from the alternator. This fuse may not have voltage present. This is normal under many circumstances.

        Answered on 9/11/2010 by Anonymous
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