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2005 ranger Alternator size

If anyone knows how to tell which size 95 amp or 130 ? autozone said i needed to call dealer with vin ? idk.... battery light came on this evening and im showing 11.9v engine running 12.54 engine off.any help much appreciated !
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Your 2005 has a 95A unless it says TREMOR on the tailgate. Those had 115's. To the best of my knowledge, no U.S. Ranger has ever come from the factory with a 130A alternator.
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