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Started the other day and it's been squeaking a bit, I'm assuming the bearings are going out and I'm don't want to pay $100+ for a parts store special. 


Are the rebuild kits from genos garage good? And how do I tell if I have the denso or Bosch brand alternator? 



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6 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

We sell the Denso alternator diodes... This will give you a clue. Bosch diodes are soldered in.





I didnt know that, But that helps! I'll be looking closer at mine when I get home from town to find out which I have. 

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All my trucks I've had over the years the tag was still on it telling what brand the alternator is.

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On 5/5/2018 at 5:53 PM, Nekkedbob said:

For rebuilding try this place. I don't know them but it looks interesting.




Actually ended up ordering the hi-amp rebuild kit from them, I'll build and leave feedback on the post. 



On 5/5/2018 at 8:20 PM, IBMobile said:

This may help



Looks like a 30 mins job max, awesome. 

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So just wanted to give an update, I did order a kit from http://rebuilderinabox.com/ for the denso and put it on Thursday, when I got out of work Friday I drove 20hrs non stop to San Diego and the alternator hasn't made a sound or had any charging issues. 

Glad I did the bearings, the ones I pulled out where on there last leg. 

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