About Dodge Alternator
On any given driving occasion, your Dodge alternator is hard at work keeping your vehicle's battery charged while you drive, so that the battery can continue to operate the bounty of accessories which it powers. An alternator operates off of a pulley and belt which work together while your motor is running. The pulley being spun by the belt turns components inside of the alternator housing, and this motion generates the electric power required for your Dodge. Modern vehicles have alternators located towards the rear or the side of the engine.
If you can find the drive belts in your engine bay, the alternator will be very close to that same location. So, if your car is inoperable due to a bad alternator, replacing it with a new unit is your only option to get your ride back driving out on the roadways. First disconnect your battery and all electrical connectors on the alternator, then loosen the mounting bolts and remove them. After taking off the pulley you can then take out the faulty alternator and reinstall your new unit. And as long as you are reinstalling a brand new Dodge alternator, you can sleep easy with the knowledge that it was the same item installed right out of the factory!
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