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|Amperage Rating:||55 A|
|External Fan Included:||Yes|
|One Wire Capable:||No|
|Pulley Type:||1 V-Groove|
|Regulator Plug Clocking:||3:00|
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Comments about Driveworks Alternator - Remanufactured - 55 Amps:
not sure it is only putting out 12 to 12 1/2 amps if that is the word i,m looking for. should it not be more.
Went on a 1971 International pick-up and I put on a new voltage regulator as well. It draws battery down when lights and blinkers are on. the lights
are stronger than the ones that came with truck thought. shows charging when driving
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Q:What direction is the rotation on this alternator or does it matter?
A:Hi Chargeless, glad to help you! This Driveworks Alternator - Remanufactured - 55 Amps (Part No. 7122AV) rotates clockwise direction.
Q:I have a 1971 chevy nova,I just changed external volt regulator,and the car ran fine. I went to start it up the other day and the car was dead. I jump started it and it started.At this point I checked the lights and they were very dim.If I raced the engine they did not get brighter. Would it be safe to say that the alternator is bad? The engine type is a 307 v8 with a/c.
A:Below are the few symptoms of a bad alternator
Q:generator light is on all the time unless i unplug the plug from back of alternator . when lights are on they flicker until plug on alternator is pulled
A:We will need more information including the year, make, model, and engine size of your application before we can make a suggestion. Please call us at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) and we would be more than happy to further assist you.
Q:does the standard alternator have an internal voltage regulator ?
A:No, it does not. To tell, look at the plug in the back. If the prongs go up and down, " ll " then it needs an external regulator. If the prongs go side to side, " - - " then it is internal.