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Old 02-28-2009, 14:14   #1 (permalink)
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alternator 110A or 130A

Would anyone know what it the output of the OEM alternator in a Ford Mustang 4.6L SOHC engine is. When I call the part stores for prices half of them say 110A the other 130A. The car is stock with no mods so it won't need additional power for stereos etc. But the cost between those two alternators is huge. 190 dollars vs 300, so I would rather not pay for something I do not need.

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Old 02-28-2009, 14:42   #2 (permalink)
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Re: alternator 110A or 130A

If you'll go to Auto Parts Fast at RockAuto you can buy a Motorcraft 130A for under 200 bucks. Remanufactured 105A for $139. A "NEW" CARDONE SELECT 105A for $170. They will charge you a core charge but will refund when they receive the old one. Very good company and also happens to be one of our sponsors.
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