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For the bulk of the install, you can folow our video as it covers the major mods. The external voltage regulator replacement we provide in this kit comes with its own detailed instructions and it really makes this swap as plug and play as it can possibly be. You will not need anything extra to complete the swap other than what we supply in the kit.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
After installing this alternator on my 1984 mustang. I am running under drive pulleys but I left the pulley that came on the alternator on it. It is now making a squeaking noise when cold. It shouldn't be my belt because I just put a new belt on. Any suggestions ?
Asked by Kylaun S. from Monroe | Comment 0 0
I would check the condition of the belt tensioner first. You are probably just experiencing the added drag of a high output alternator that is putting more stress on the tensioner. This is a great upgrade to your 84 mustang. Here ya go:
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 0 0
Donny, I am sorry we do not offer a kit for the 2.3. I am sure it would be possible to upgrade the alternator on a 2.3 but it would be a different alternator and pulley than what is being offered here.
Answered by Tommy E. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
The 86 should be a 2g alternator. This kit would work but you wont need the external regulator. The sell a 2g to 3g kit that would be more suited for your car.
Answered by Chris H. from Timonium | Comment 0 0
this kit will work. But I would get the 2g to 3g wire and not use the regulator. You just have to hook up a switched wire. I would suggest getting a voltage gauge also.
Answered by Chris H. from Timonium | 2 Comments 0 0
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