Here is what I have. A 130amp alternator complete with stator wire, short bolt, and with no exchange required. Mine came with the standard finish for $145.00 with shipping included. I received it in about four days. The other parts you will need can be bought at a local car stereo shop. They are:
A) waffer fuse holder rated at 150amps
B) 150 amp waffer fuse
C) 10 feet of 4ga wire
D) (2) ring terminals for 4ga wire
E) (1) scotch lock (not shown)
- Disconnect the battery.
- Remove serpentine belt.
- Remove the (2) bolts that mount the old alternator to the bracket (Top is 9/16", Bottom is 5/8").
- Using a flat blade screw driver, remove the (2) electrical connections from the old alternator & remove the alternator from the car.
- Insert the new 3G alternator in the bracket and thread in the bottom bolt only.
- Check for interference with the bracket and grind bracket as needed
- Bolt the 3G alternator up and check to verify serpentine belt is still the right length.
- Mount the fuse holder.
- Run 4ga wire from the stud on the back of the 3G alternator to the fuse holder.
- Run 4ga wire from the other side of the fuse holder to positive side of solenoid.
- Splice the new stator wire with a scotch lock to the small wire on the big electrical plug.
- Plug in the small electrical connector into the 3G alternator.
- Reconnect the battery.
- Start it up and YOU ARE DONE !!!!!!
WARNINGS!: USE THESE INSTRUCTIONS AT YOUR OWN RISK!! THIS IS HOW I DID MY INSTALLATION FOR MY CAR. YOUR CAR AND ACCESSORY REQUIREMENTS MAY BE DIFFERENT!! USE OF FACTORY 10 GA WIRES CAN CAUSE AN ENGINE BAY FIRE!!