Simply put, without an alternator, your vehicle isn't going very far. The alternator is responsible for turning the mechanical energy generated by the rotating crankshaft into electrical energy to power your vehicle. This electricity is used to operate virtually every component, from the engine itself to your audio system and even your turn signals. The alternator also recharges the battery during operation so that you can crank the car the next time you need to get on the road. Over time, your alternator will suffer from wear and tear through normal use. If you begin to experience a rough idle, difficulty starting your car, or notice that your headlights dim and brighten as you press and release the gas pedal, there's a good chance that your alternator needs replacing. Waiting too long could mean being stranded on the side of the road the next time there's a problem. When you replace your alternator, make sure that you use genuine OEM parts. A Mopar alternator will be made specifically to fit your engine. Aftermarket parts, on the other hand, are generic and do not offer an exact fit in many cases. With genuine Mopar parts, you never need to worry. Shop our online warehouse to discover a wide variety of OEM alternator parts for your make and model!
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