Chrome 140 AMP
JEGS 10149 High-Output GM 1-Wire Alternator with serpentine belt pulley is easy to install with just one wire to hook up from your battery, and you're ready to go. This unit comes with a built-in voltage regulator to keep things simple and contained while offering a 140 amperage charge to maintain your electrical system. A need for vehicles that require additional charging capabilities due to having multiple electrical items such as electric fans, electric fuel pumps, electric water pumps, and high voltage ignition systems, to name a few. Also a perfect replacement for alternators that have an external regulator.
- JEGS Exclusive Low RPM Charge Output at 880 Engine RPM
Time for Alternator Repair or an Upgrade?
JEGS 1-Wire Alternator means just that... simply connect one wire from the alternator to the battery, and you're done. One-wire alternators have a turn-on point (sometimes called "cut in"), typically about 1200 engine RPM. JEGS has developed rotor poles and stator stacks that carry a higher magnetism to provide an instant regulator "cut in" without engine acceleration. Our alternators are manufactured with an exclusive low "cut in" of 880 engine RPM, which is much lower than any other alternator of its type. This is the speed where the internal sense circuitry connects the battery to the voltage regulator and turns on the alternator to start charging. Once the voltage regulator engages, the alternator will stay on and charge until the engine stops completely. Alternators are available in natural aluminum, black or chrome finishes, v-belt or serpentine belt pulleys, and amperage choices of 70, 80, 100,140 & 145. These models fit from 1971-1986 GM applications.
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