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Is there a way to tell which Denso diode I need... by looking at the alt is still hooked up?

Like maybe that threaded bolt coming out is in different spot?  

 

 

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I honestly don’t have any experience with these specific products but the vertical or horizontal lead should be fairly obvious. Do you have a picture of your current alternator? I have a 99 and if I remember correctly mine comes out the back . Horizontal or your first picture. 

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41 minutes ago, Dieselinmyblood said:

I honestly don’t have any experience with these specific products but the vertical or horizontal lead should be fairly obvious. Do you have a picture of your current alternator? I have a 99 and if I remember correctly mine comes out the back . Horizontal or your first picture. 

Thanks for responding...Will take pic of my alt tomarrow.

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thats right....in I rder one from larry b...got the 90 degree exit on the bench 

 

mine is straight and i cannot locate one anywhere.  

 

a member did modify the rear cover and used the 90 outlet with no issues yet.

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8 hours ago, 015point9 said:

Is there a way to tell which Denso diode I need... by looking at the alt is still hooked up?

Like maybe that threaded bolt coming out is in different spot?  

 

 

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Either the charge stud comes out the side or out the back.

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This may help show the difference.

 

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Trying again... poor phone service at my end today. Hope pic uploads before phone "times out"

 

By pic, which diode do I need?20190606_123722.jpg.061308243bad3f0f0344712214f6b8fb.jpg

 

 

 

 

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The larger cable on your pic appears to be coming out the side not the back.

 

So I think the bottom pic you posted with the all flat module is what you would need.

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You have a side mount B+ terminal and need this type of diode pack. 

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A rear B+ terminal alternator looks like this,

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with this type of diode pack.

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1 hour ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Yup hes got his diode pack.

 

 

 

Who is "he"?  I thought you was "he".

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I'm going to hold off ordering till you get back back on your feet.  

Follow Dr's orders, enjoy the nurses. Hopefully hosp food is good or at least OK.

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