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 Alternator Fun on the '96 Roadmaster Wagon

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PostSubject: Alternator Fun on the '96 Roadmaster Wagon    Fri Sep 29, 2017 10:10 am

So lately I'd noticed that the battery gauge on the wagon was always hovering around the red. I drove the car to Cars and Coffee at The Oasis a few weeks back, and sitting at a light in gear with the a/c on, the turn signal got slower, and slower, then stopped altogether...and I saw the gauge was WAY down in the red. Shutting off the a/c got the signals working, but I knew the alternator was sick after 130k miles and 21-yrs of service.

Happily Rock Auto sent me a coupon and at the same time had a closeout on a brand new alternator for less than a remanufactured unit. Just installed and the Roady is much happier now!





BUT it's so shiny now I need to detail the engine compartment again! Ha! It never ends! Save the Whales!

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PostSubject: Re: Alternator Fun on the '96 Roadmaster Wagon    Sun Oct 01, 2017 11:32 am

What did you do with the old alternators? I know some auto part stores will take them as a core for a reman unit.
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