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Old 12-31-2006, 10:36 PM   #41
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What a deal for $10.
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It looks like the series II alt.
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Pat, what amperage is the one on the parts car?
x2, even if it'* a 105, I MIGHT still get it from you. Do you think it'* in good condition? How much?

I had Matt price out one at the GM dealer, 140 amp, for $160. I'm also going to still going to look into a custom build as well tommarow.
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well, I got the alternator off yesterday. Now that it is inside and de-thawed, the pulley does turn. But it tends to make a grinding noise once the pulley is manually turned.

Taking it into a shop tommarow for a custom rebuild
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Are you going to upgrade from 105 A to something more?
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Are you going to upgrade from 105 A to something more?
At least 140, hoping for something around 150
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There is no 150 for yours.

105, 125 (not common, only on 92/93 with the heated windshield option), and 140.
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There is no 150 for yours.

105, 125 (not common, only on 92/93 with the heated windshield option), and 140.
Bill, CUSTOM rebuild. These guys can do just about anything I wanted. I asked for 140 due to me having no big stereo equipment to power.
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The rebuilder guy says that some bearing in the alternator was completly fucked up, and said that would cause it to seize. I laughed and replyed telling him I also have a new alternator belt waiting at home once the alternator goes back on

She started up, but now has a clicking noise, guessing the tensioner, AGAIN



Look at 92-99 forum for my other thread regarding the clicking.

Thanks everyone!

-John
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