Your Ford vehicle and its many systems will only keep running correctly so long as the alternator and its associated parts are all in good working condition. For example, belts connected to the alternator that are too loose or tight could cause the alternator to run roughly. The battery in your Ford is kept charged during driving by the alternator, so it’s imperative it’s in good condition. Systems like the power windows, radio, heated mirrors and lighting all depend on the electrical energy generated by the alternator. Common alternator wear and tear indicators are unfamiliar noises, and dim or flickering lights. The check engine light might also activate to warn of a potential problem. Shop our Ford OEM Alternators right here.
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