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Old 02-22-2006, 09:20 PM
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Question G3 Alternator swap

Hey guys, anybody out there swapped the G3 ford 130amp alt onto their truck? if so it worth it? heard have to do some rewiring anybody know?

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Old 02-23-2006, 07:53 AM
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Check out the electrical systems / wiring Forum. Lots of really good info. there. Do a search under "G3" and you will get a whack of hits. I am going to do this upgrade in the spring in order to prep the truck for an upgraded sound sytem and some other doo-dads and what-nots. I am not happy with the way the current 65 AMP alternator works and I know that it will die an unpleasant death as soon as I plug in the new amps and stuff.

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