Top 5 Honda Civic Alternators

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NEW ALTERNATOR FITS HONDA CIVIC 1.8L 2006 2007 2009 31100RNAA01 31100RNAA012M2
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New Alternator For Honda Civic 70 Amp
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EMS Global Direct New Alternator For Honda Civic
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Rareelectrical
World Power Systems
Parts Player
Discount Starter & Alternator
EMS Global Direct
for Honda Civic
2006, 2007, 2009
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
N/A
Warranty
1 year
2 years
1 year
1 year
1 year
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Customer Rating
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Price
$128.60
$128.99
$110.95
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NEW ALTERNATOR FITS HONDA CIVIC 1.8L 2006 2007 2009 31100RNAA01 31100RNAA012M2
Title
Rareelectrical NEW ALTERNATOR FITS HONDA CIVIC
Brand
Rareelectrical
for Honda Civic
2006, 2007, 2009
Warranty
1 year
Prime Benefits
-
Customer Rating
Price
$128.60
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NEW Alternator Fits Honda Civic 02 03 04 05 1.7L 2-YEAR WARRANTY
Title
World Power Systems NEW Alternator Fits Honda Civic
Brand
World Power Systems
for Honda Civic
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
Warranty
2 years
Prime Benefits
-
Customer Rating
-
Price
$128.99
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New Alternator For Honda Civic 1.7L DX LX EX VP D17 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005, Acura EL 1.7L 01-05
Title
Parts Player New Alternator For Honda Civic
Brand
Parts Player
for Honda Civic
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
Warranty
1 year
Prime Benefits
Customer Rating
Price
$110.95
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Discount Starter & Alternator Replacement Alternator For Honda Civic 1.8L 2012 2013 2014 2015 31100-R1A-A01RM AHGA81
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Discount Starter & Alternator Replacement Alternator Fits Honda Civic
Brand
Discount Starter & Alternator
for Honda Civic
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Warranty
1 year
Prime Benefits
-
Customer Rating
Price
Price not available
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New Alternator For Honda Civic 70 Amp
Title
EMS Global Direct New Alternator For Honda Civic
Brand
EMS Global Direct
for Honda Civic
N/A
Warranty
1 year
Prime Benefits
-
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Price
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Top 5 Honda Civic Alternators

Alternator – 2006-2011 1.8L Honda Civic

Honda Civic Alternator FAQ

What does the car alternator do?

An alternator is an electric device transforming the mechanical energy into the electric current. This current feeds the car’s battery and powers the car electric system (lights, ignition, board computer, car outlets, etc.) when the engine is working.

The alternator gets engaged by the engine through a serpentine belt. The belt spins the metal wire coil in the magnetic field creating the electric impulse. The produced current is an alternating one. Depending on the complexity of the electric system of the car, the size of its battery and the engine power, the more or less powerful alternator might be needed. Having an alternator with higher amperage might lead to the battery overcharge and fail.

How to check the car alternator?

There are several ways to determine if the generator is working properly. Using the voltmeter, you can check both the battery and alternator state. Perform the following steps:

– Test the battery. Turn the engine off, connect the voltmeter to the power cell of your car (red wire goes to the positive post, black — if the negative). The reading should excess 12.2V. If it’s lower, charge the power bank until it has proper voltage or install another compatible cell.
– Turn on the engine and depress the accelerator pedal letting the RPM pointer wind up to 2.000 indication. Let the engine run.
– Without shutting the engine, check the reading on a voltmeter. Indication of 13 – 14.5V testifies that the alternator works properly.

If you’re an experienced driver and know your car well, some signs will let you know the alternator doesn’t work well:

– Squealing and whistling sound becoming louder when all the electric accessories are turned on, which means the bearings and /or the belt should be replaced.
– If the radio signal becomes blurry or squealing at high RPM, the alternator has a breakage.

How long will a car run without alternator?

If the generator fails on the road, the car will still be running until the battery drains. Thus, the distance / time to go depends on:

– Current state of a battery (the charge level and average discharge rate).
– Amount of accessories used (e.g. headlights, board computer running, etc.).
– Road conditions.

On average, the fully charged battery should let your car run (lights, heating, radio off) another 30-35 miles. The battery capacity matters as well.

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