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post #21 of 24 Old 09-21-2010, 09:38 AM
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Yeah, I paid extra for my extended coverage. Agreed that your best bet is to call the dealership. There is so much different type of coverages that they would be able to look up what you got.

By calling different part stores you can shop around and get prices and availability of the remanufactured or new alternator.
Your normally going to find a 140amp (SRT4) for $230-240 + core. The 115amp (non-srt4) will run higher around $250^^ + core. If I were you I would contact whoosh since he has an alternator delete on his car. If not he could prolly find you one cheaper

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Found a battery that fits at Costco. It is just slightly wider, but the insulator still fit on it. It is also a 750 amp battery- $61.00 with tax, not too bad.
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maybe this is my issue ----just started not wanting to start have to keep bumping it ---then will be fine for the day but next morning same thing--it like battery is slowly losing charge overnight
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just hook battery charger on boost before i started it this morning and it fired right up ---so maybe battery slowly draining at night---BUT!!!!
is it battery or a small short that drains it?
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