[s-cars] rebuilt alternator - regulator info
fastscirocco_2000 at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 19 06:34:01 PST 2009
I found this C n P posted by Dave on Audiworld here:
"Please confirm these with your friendly parts person.
110 Amp Bosch alternator for AAN = 054 903 015L
(This is no.11 on MG 9 SG 03 Illustration UEB)
Regulator PN is 034 903 803
120 Amp Bosch alternator for AAN = 054 903 015K
(No. 18 in the same list as above)
Regulator PN is 028 903 803D (or DX)
For later UrS6s (after VIN SN020155) the 120 Amp Bosch PN is 046 903 015F
Regulator for this one is 028 903 803E"
--- On Thu, 2/19/09, Varon H. Fugman <vfugman at globaldialog.com> wrote:
> From: Varon H. Fugman <vfugman at globaldialog.com>
> Subject: [s-cars] rebuilt alternator
> To: s-car-list at audifans.com
> Date: Thursday, February 19, 2009, 8:44 AM
> Anybody used either a Hi Test or Autoline brand rebuilt
> The Hi Test and Autoline are both around $140, a rebuilt
> unit from NAPA is
> $189, or a rebuilt Bosch is in the $250 price range.
> (I was trying to find a replacement voltage regulator, but
> haven’t been able
> to locate one with the same Bosch part number or find an
> equivalent that I’m
> confident is correct. With the non-returnability of
> electrical parts, I
> don’t want to gamble on a regular that “might” fit.
> Apparently, there was a
> mid-year model change in alternators--and thus
> regulators—which complicates
> With 180k miles on the original, I’m not opposed to
> replacing the entire
> alternator in the pursuit of long-term reliability.
> ’95 S6 failing CPS, leaking J-hose, bad alternator
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