On or around Wed, 13 Apr 2005 20:39:58 +0100, "Paul S. Brown"
<email@example.com> enlightened us thusly:
>Jason Seward wrote:
>> "Paul S. Brown" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>>> Jason Seward wrote:
>> Hiya again Paul
>> Looking in owners handbook:- says 'Batt Cap 95 AH' and 'Charging circuit
>> Alternator 16ACR' does that mean I'm good to go or not??? :-)
>> cheers mate
>Apparently the 16ACR is a 34A alternator. Not really good to go, no. You'll
>drain your battery in quicktime if you try it with that.
>Back to looking for a bigger alternator. I'm afraid I can't think of
>anything to suggest.
later range rovers (after about 1984, I expect) have 65A (A127/65) or 80A
(A133/80) lucas. There are loads of Bosch ones; most of the sierras seem to
be fitted with 'em. On the bosch ones they have the rating on a little
earlier RRs have progressively smaller ones - round about 1980 they started
having the lucas 20ACR/25ACR, which is 65A or so.
try such things as sierras; but note first which hand it is - with the 2
mounting bolt holes at 6 o'clock, the tensioner hole is either at 2 o'clock
or at 10 o'clock, looking from the pulley end.
Austin Shackles. www.ddol-las.fsnet.co.uk
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Beyond the horizon of the place we lived when we were young / In a world
of magnets and miracles / Our thoughts strayed constantly and without
boundary / The ringing of the Division bell had begun. Pink Floyd (1994)