Top 5 Honda Accord Alternators

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New Premium Alternator fits Honda Accord 3.0L V6 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Acura CL 3.0L V6 1997 1998 1999 10463963 10464417 10480228 31100-P8A-A01 31100-P8A-A02 321-1765 334-2464 334-2464A 335-1056
NEW ALTERNATOR FITS HONDA ACCORD 95 96 97 2.7L 2-YEAR WARRANTY
TYC 2-13538 Honda Accord Replacement Alternator
105 Amp Alternator for Honda Accord Acura CL 3.0L V6
Rareelectrical NEW ALTERNATOR COMPATIBLE WITH ACURA CL 2.3L 1998-1999 HONDA ACCORD 2.3L 1998-2002 ODYSSEY 3.5L 1999-2001 31100PAAL71 31100PAAA01 31100P8FA01 31100P8FA02 1022111010 1012119990
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Gladiator New Premium Alternator
World Power Systems NEW ALTERNATOR
TYC 2-13538 Honda Accord Replacement Alternator
AM Autoparts 105 Amp Alternator for Honda Accord
Rareelectrical NEW ALTERNATOR
Brand
Gladiator
World Power Systems
TYC 2-13538
AM Autoparts
Rareelectrical
for Honda Accord
1998-2002
1995-1997
N/A
1998-2002
1998-2002
Warranty
1 yearWorld Power Systems NEW ALTERNATOR
2 years
N/A
10 years
1 year
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Customer Rating
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Price
$69.94
$110.99
Price not available
$131.99
$99.39
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New Premium Alternator fits Honda Accord 3.0L V6 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Acura CL 3.0L V6 1997 1998 1999 10463963 10464417 10480228 31100-P8A-A01 31100-P8A-A02 321-1765 334-2464 334-2464A 335-1056
Title
Gladiator New Premium Alternator
Brand
Gladiator
for Honda Accord
1998-2002
Warranty
1 yearWorld Power Systems NEW ALTERNATOR
Prime Benefits
-
Customer Rating
-
Price
$69.94
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NEW ALTERNATOR FITS HONDA ACCORD 95 96 97 2.7L 2-YEAR WARRANTY
Title
World Power Systems NEW ALTERNATOR
Brand
World Power Systems
for Honda Accord
1995-1997
Warranty
2 years
Prime Benefits
-
Customer Rating
-
Price
$110.99
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TYC 2-13538 Honda Accord Replacement Alternator
Title
TYC 2-13538 Honda Accord Replacement Alternator
Brand
TYC 2-13538
for Honda Accord
N/A
Warranty
N/A
Prime Benefits
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Customer Rating
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Price
Price not available
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105 Amp Alternator for Honda Accord Acura CL 3.0L V6
Title
AM Autoparts 105 Amp Alternator for Honda Accord
Brand
AM Autoparts
for Honda Accord
1998-2002
Warranty
10 years
Prime Benefits
-
Customer Rating
-
Price
$131.99
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Rareelectrical NEW ALTERNATOR COMPATIBLE WITH ACURA CL 2.3L 1998-1999 HONDA ACCORD 2.3L 1998-2002 ODYSSEY 3.5L 1999-2001 31100PAAL71 31100PAAA01 31100P8FA01 31100P8FA02 1022111010 1012119990
Title
Rareelectrical NEW ALTERNATOR
Brand
Rareelectrical
for Honda Accord
1998-2002
Warranty
1 year
Prime Benefits
-
Customer Rating
-
Price
$99.39
Top 5 Honda Accord Alternators

2003-2007 Accord 2.4 10 minute alternator replacement

Honda Accord Alternator FAQ

What is an alternator?

An alternator is a module in the car electricity chain feeding the entire system and powering the car’s battery. It gets activated by the engine through the special belt transmitting the crankshaft motion to the alternator inner mechanism.

The alternator mechanism has a rotor and stator parts that produce the alternate current in the magnetic environment. The rotor spins activating the stator’s three windings producing each a phase of a current. Let out through the diodes, this high-voltage current is transformed into the DC one, which is used for powering the cell and car appliances like ignition mechanism, inside and exterior lights, board computer, car outlets, and so on.

The alternator parts are secured in the metal housing (usually aluminum, as it doesn’t have magnetic properties and is good for heat dissipation). It has vent openings on the sides and five types of terminals wired to the power bank, ignition switch, warning light, and regulator bypass.

How to tell if an alternator is bad?

– Inconsistent light. If the headlights and the panel lighting begin flicking and grow brighter or dim, it means the alternator should be checked. Dim lights mean the power is insufficient and the car can stop once the battery is drained. Bright lights show the overcharge the alternator produces on the power cell and the system.
– Poor operation of the electric modules. Central lock delayed response, slower or non-working power window, and even starter problems could be caused by the bad alternator.
– Quickly draining battery might mean the alternator doesn’t provide enough power to serve the system.
– Unusual sounds. Squealing or grinding heard under the hood might show the alternator needs to be fixed.

How to replace an alternator?

1. Unhook all the wire leading to the battery. This can be one or two leads (usually marked “B” and “S”).
2. Unplug the rest of the wire. Good thing is to mark each wire and its port (to connect them properly afterward).
3. Take off the belt. Find a tensioner and hover it to slide the belt away. Use a wrench or another fitting tool.
4. Unscrew the mounting bolts and take off the alternator.
5. Put a new alternator in place and secure it with the bolts.
6. Put a belt on all the bearings and make sure the tensioner is secured tightly. Ensure the belt doesn’t sag.
7. Hook up all the wire, the battery leads going the last.

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