Re: HO alt for carolla, small cars, etc
1st I had to convert my car from a V-belt system to a 6 groove multi belt system. My power steering still runs off of a V-belt. I could replace the power steering with a 3rd alternator. But I don't need it. Not runing that much power where I need 3 alts.
Originally Posted by 04murdalanche
I had to custom fit my 1st alternator. My buddy made me some simple steel plates that it bolts to the alternator and the bracket.
And the 2nd one isn't in yet. But I had to send in my cars alternator/ac bracket to dominick at iraggi and he found an alternator case that bolted directly to my A/C spot. I just have to put in a smaller Non A/C model radiator and play with it from there to get it to fit in the car. But it will go in. I just haven't pulled the motor out yet to do it all.
So I have a chevy case alternator for a 5.7l 94-99 alternator
and a 2000 something ford explorer alternator
Is the corolla a 4cyl or 6cyl? That makes a HUGE difference.
If my jetta was a VR6. I'd be lucky to fit a single 260amp alternator.
Last edited by jockhater2; 04-08-2013 at 09:59 AM.
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