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Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 22:57:19 -0500
From: DanB <>
Subject: Re: alternator replacement   1997 900 -2L

I found that even if you don't put it in yourself, you definely want to keep cycling two alternators through a rebuild shop. Saves tons over most other options. I got my first replacement via the EnglishSwedish junkyard I think they are in Alabama. It was cheaper to overnight the alternator (I was in a hurry) than any other option local to me. I paid $257 in 1999 for the Rebuilt, $50 Shipping and install. The rebuild at the shop was $65 the next time. This was for an 89 900 -Dan tom wrote: > Hi all, > A basic question here. Any help is appreciated. > I'm in need of a new alternator. Is this a very involved > procedure? Being an aging backyard mechanic, is this one > out of my league? Basically no/little cash = Yea I'll do > it. One major issue is the $220 savings on the rebuilt > unit I can get on line verses the $500 price tag from the > local shops. > > Thanks > Tom

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