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Old 11-07-2012
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Larger llternator swap?

I know I've seen this on the forum before, but cant fot the life of me find an definitive answer, long story short, my alternator died tonight right in one of the biggest intersections in town, got towed back to the house so I'm going to the pull it yard to get a replacement tomorrow.

Factory replacement from the parts store is about 100$, junk yard is 25$. Stock replacement I think was 95 amp, was it the exploders that had a larger like 120/130 amp alternator.

Also, I have the 4cyl 2.3L engine, will the alternator off a 6cyl exploder bolt up still? Any help is super appreciated, I'm totally stranded until I can get this fixed so, if I can get a little more juice in the process I'd at least be happy about that!
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