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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-19-08, 10:16 AM Thread Starter
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2000 EB Alternator Question

2000 EB 5.4 4X4

I need to replace my alternator. I see many different output currents available through my local autoparts and on a large auction site. They range from 130A to 220A. I believe the factory stock is a 130A. Any opinions on the other sizes available?

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Re: 2000 EB Alternator Question

I would just get the factory OEM replacement. I replaced my alternator a few months ago due to a large mud puddle, and I just went into Oreilly's and bought the stock replacement. If you're running a winch, or an air pump and a lot of lights, then go for higher output.

Have you ever replaced an alternator before. In this truck the key is having the right size socket wrench for the tensioner pulley. Other than that it's easy.
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