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Powermaster Upgrade Alternator Chrome Finish

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Powermaster 175091
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Powermaster Upgrade Alternator
  • Chrome Finish
  • 95 Amp, Double Field
  • 2v Belt Pulley
  • One-Wire Voltage Regulator
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    1976 CHRYSLER CORDOBA

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: M

    1973 DODGE DART

    • Liter: 3.7
    • SubModel: SWINGER
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 225
    • Engine Type: L6 ( 3.7L / 225 )
    • Engine Vin: C

    1974 CHRYSLER NEWPORT

    • Liter: 5.9
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 360
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.9L / 360 )
    • Engine Vin: K

    1972 DODGE CHARGER

    • Liter: 5.2
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 318
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
    • Engine Vin: G

    1984 CHRYSLER LEBARON

    • Liter: 2.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 156
    • Engine Type: L4 ( 2.6L / 156 )
    • Engine Vin: G

    1966 DODGE CORONET

    • Liter: 5.2
    • SubModel: 500
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 318
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
    • Engine Vin: -

    1976 CHRYSLER CORDOBA

    • Liter: 5.9
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 360
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.9L / 360 )
    • Engine Vin: K

    1977 DODGE RAMCHARGER

    • Liter: 5.9
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 360
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.9L / 360 )
    • Engine Vin: F

    1976 DODGE DART

    • Liter: 3.7
    • SubModel: SWINGER SPECIAL
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 225
    • Engine Type: L6 ( 3.7L / 225 )
    • Engine Vin: C

    1976 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY

    • Liter: 6.6
    • SubModel: BASE
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 400
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 6.6L / 400 )
    • Engine Vin: N

    1970 DODGE CORONET

    • Liter: 5.2
    • SubModel: 440
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 318
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
    • Engine Vin: G

    1974 DODGE CORONET

    • Liter: 5.9
    • SubModel: CUSTOM
    • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
    • Fitment Notes: Fits 1970-87 Chrysler; Squareback; 95 Amp; 2V pulley; 1 Wire Only; Chrome
    • CUI: 360
    • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.9L / 360 )
    • Engine Vin: K

    I have 2 field wires, but one connection on back of alternator(175091) has a factory wire hooked up to it already. Do I disconnect this so I can hook up my 2nd field wire?

    Asked by: Chewtoy
    Here is information from Powermaster; Note that the Powermaster alternator is a double field unit that will work with both double field and single field type external regulators. If your vehicle has two small field wires, they should be connected to the FLD terminals on the back of the alternator. These wires are interchangeable, so either wire can be connected to either FLD terminal. If your vehicle has one small field wire, connect it to either FLD terminal on the alternator. Then, using a short 16 AWG or larger jumper wire, ground the remaining FLD terminal. Some models have a ground stud on the back alternator case; this or any other bare metal grounding point will be sufficient.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-03-28
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