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1. Product:

250-amp alternator from Motor City Reman (www.motorcityreman.com)


2. Specs:

'250-amp' (clamped 90-amps out of it at idle, probably could do more though)

It's a large-case GM meant for a suburban but will fit others, not certain on which ones tbh

3. Description/Condition:

It has been in the saturn for years now but wasn't used all of the time, it actually probably only saw a little under a year of true use. It's in working order just looks old because it's been under the hood for a while now. There's a bit of corrosion on the pulley but that could probably be pretty easily cleaned off. I was running it with only the power wire as a turn-on since I already had an alternator that my car controlled...it held good voltage - around 14.6-14.8v

4. Price: :

110 shipped

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Yep, on their site it was sold as a suburban's alt when I bought it but will fit many GM vehicles.
 

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if it has the round 4 pin plug it will fit ALOT of vehicles. my 2001 blazer has the 4 pin and this will fit perfect. i believe most gm vehicles from 96 and up take that plug.
 

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I'm honestly not certain, I'll have to look into exactly what vehicles it fits.
 

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Thanks, bobbarker ;) :)
 

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SOLD...thanks, man :) :D
 
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