JEGS Ford 1-Wire Alternator, 100 amp Output with Serpentine Belt Pulley [Natural Finish]
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Natural Finish 100 AMP
JEGS 10148 Ford 1-Wire 100 amp GM 10Si Style Alternator with serpentine belt pulley has a natural aluminum finish and only requires a 12-volt power source to operate. This direct bolt-in Motorcraft alternator replacement features an exclusive low cut-in of 880 engine RPM, allowing it to quickly charge without having to rev your engine like other units of its type that typically have a 1200 RPM cut-in to initiate the alternator charging circuit.
- Motorcraft Upgrade
- 100 amp Output GM 10Si Style Alternator Designed to Fit Ford Applications
- 1-Wire Hook Up
- Low RPM Charge Output
- Internal Regulator
- 2 in. O.D. Single 6-Rib Serpentine Belt Pulley with Cooling Fan & No Baffle
- Adjusting Ear with 3/8 in.-16 Threads
- Incorporates a 3 in. Mounting Spool Like Original Ford Alternators
- Easy bolt-on no modifications required (Uses Existing Mounting Brackets)
- Natural Aluminum Finish
Note: To help speed up your installation we recommend these JEGS wiring kits.
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