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Old 15-01-2021, 23:08   #1
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Alternator parts

hi guys hope all is well!
does anyone know where i could get parts for my alternator? i need the voltage regulator and the part the brushes go into and brushes, been to my local rebuild guys but they are saying the parts are now not available so im off the road until i can find the bits, dont really want a second hand one or pay the price for new
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Old 16-01-2021, 04:39   #2
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I had the same issue but a local auto electrian got me
a spurious one for the same price as buying the bits to fix my own
160 euro iirc
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Old 16-01-2021, 08:29   #3
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hi guys hope all is well!
does anyone know where i could get parts for my alternator? i need the voltage regulator and the part the brushes go into and brushes, been to my local rebuild guys but they are saying the parts are now not available so im off the road until i can find the bits, dont really want a second hand one or pay the price for new
cheers👍
Model and age would help.

Also the alternator part number if you have it.
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Old 16-01-2021, 10:45   #4
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hi guys hope all is well!
does anyone know where i could get parts for my alternator? i need the voltage regulator and the part the brushes go into and brushes, been to my local rebuild guys but they are saying the parts are now not available so im off the road until i can find the bits, dont really want a second hand one or pay the price for new
cheers👍

If you get stuck I have a spare 2nd hand one available 👍
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I bought a regulator a few years back but TBH never fitted it. However it is obviously a chinese made thing and is marked with "IM341". If you search ebay or Alibaba you'll find that p/n and they are cheap so worth giving it a punt I recon.



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I think is the same thing here
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Old 17-01-2021, 14:24   #7
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the model number is md366831
or a3tb1791
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the model number is md366831
or a3tb1791
In stock £20

https://m.autodoc.co.uk/car-parts/oem/a3tb1791
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are the bearings and such like available for these? mine is noisy and debating rebuilding it rather than buy another. failing that i saw somewhere that outlander alternators can be used. does anyone know ifd thats the case? cheers
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are the bearings and such like available for these? mine is noisy and debating rebuilding it rather than buy another. failing that i saw somewhere that outlander alternators can be used. does anyone know ifd thats the case? cheers
Yes I replace these all the time.

Simply bearings or henderson bearings both very good service.

Nearly all the Jap alternators are Mitsubishi and nearly all of them have the same bearings in them.


Front bearing

B17-102D,1120905502, B17-102DG38, B17-102A Alternator Bearing PFI 17x47x14mm

Rear bearing

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/B8-23D-S9...72.m2749.l2649

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are the bearings and such like available for these? mine is noisy and debating rebuilding it rather than buy another. failing that i saw somewhere that outlander alternators can be used. does anyone know ifd thats the case? cheers
Follow the link above and HC-Cargo items
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Nearly all the Jap alternators are Mitsubish

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Denso based alternators are popular . . .

https://www.mclaren.com/applied/cata...pe-alternator/

Dont ask the cost < £1k each
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Denso based alternators are popular . . .

https://www.mclaren.com/applied/cata...pe-alternator/

Dont ask the cost < £1k each
I'll have two please
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Bit daft of me to say nearly all

But yes Denso make a huge amount of stuff

Did a P1 starter recently that was a Denso. Isnít it Toyota that owns Denso
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I'll have two please
Discount for three c10%

I need to find a picture of 5/6 left on my door step 2013 ish
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