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Guest Message by DevFuse

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need bracket info for gm alt swap

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#1 dragonwingsubaru


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Posted 27 August 2005 - 06:30 AM

well my stock alt finally crapped out, and rather that buy a new 1 i just decided to put on my gm 1 that i have sitting around since it was only 6 months old when i pulled it off the van. now my question is does anyone have any pics of there bracket setup on an ea82?? im planning on pulling out my ac compressor when i do this so i will have the extra space. also i know that you cant see what alt i have right now but i also need some ideas on what wires to run where on it. and yes i still have the plug in piece that goes with the alt. btw the alt has 3 wires on the plugin if that helps limit it down thanks in advance

#2 dragonwingsubaru


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Posted 30 August 2005 - 10:48 PM

well not that anyone even responded but nevermind, once i got the old alt out it only took me like 30 mins to get to other one in and all wired up, man i wish everything was that easy. it was almost as easy as just dropping in another stock 1 with crappy amps.
oh yeah and i just kept the ac compressor in for now

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