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Old 07-20-2017, 03:12 AM
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Subscribing to this as my nippD alternator I believe is on the fritz as battery light just came in last night.

Hope I can still find the parts to rebuild her. I like the sound of $100 and a couple hours of my time.

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The Denso regulator should be pretty easy to find.
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concernant les composants que j'ai changé dans mon Denso 101211-5070 90A
Porte balais pour alternateur DENSO 1002103381 référence Mikatec : CAO133673 tarif 5.66€ TTC
Bague collectrice pour alternateur DELCO 3493824 référence Mikatec : CAO230090W tarif 7.28€ TTC
Régulateur d'alternateur pour MOBILETRON VRH2005-4A référence Mikatec : CAO131459 tarif 24.49€ TTC
Roulement 6202 2RS C3 pour alternateur Bosch référence Mikatec : ATE700654 tarif 7.72€ TTC
Port Colissimo point relais France 4.90€ TTC
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Old 07-21-2017, 11:25 AM
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Anyone have a site for the brushes? I didn't see any part numbers in the thread and since I have 64k on mine... if I'm gonna tear her apart.. I might as well do it all while I'm in there..

Have the NipDenso 90a in my 93.

This site is kaput http://www.wai-wetherill.com/product...um=1-1410-01ND

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Old 07-21-2017, 11:54 AM
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Old 07-21-2017, 04:18 PM
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So consolidating a couple of earlier posts with pics and some wrench / tool sizes.

The first Pic is from Ernie's car and if you notice the cover has the 3 elongated slots above the regulator. From the thread this particular version of the Denso Alternator will take the RN-02 or the RN-10 Rectifier.

The pic of the silver colored cover is similar to what is on my '93 Speciale. It only has the 2 stubby holes above the regulator.

Based on the thread - this one will only fit the RN-04 Rectifier.

It looks like VRH2005-4A (the regulator works for both)

Someone double check my thoughts on this...

Also... in my case I needed the following tools.

17 MM open Ended Wrench (2) --- one with a socketing end. Tensioner bolt, Bracket nuts
13 MM open end wrench for the power line to the alternator
5/16 Allen wrench for the upper Alternator bracket mount
10mm socket for the ground nut the wire to chassis
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Old 07-21-2017, 04:37 PM
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Anyone have a site for the brushes? I didn't see any part numbers in the thread and since I have 64k on mine... if I'm gonna tear her apart.. I might as well do it all while I'm in there..

Have the NipDenso 90a in my 93.

This site is kaput http://www.wai-wetherill.com/product...um=1-1410-01ND

Thanks.

Looks like the new site is Wai Parts


or simply waiglobal.com... but it doesn't look like you can buy from them

anyone able to source the RN-04 (103mm version)?
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Old 07-22-2017, 02:06 AM
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Dahveedem, quelle référence denso 101211-5071 ou 5070
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Old 08-11-2017, 09:38 AM
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my alternator all cleaned up.
I took it to a local shop when I was having difficulty finding the parts to see if they could source them... ended up getting mine in so we used my parts.

RN-04 Rectifier.
VRH2005-4A Regulator

They do this stuff every day so I figured I'd let them put it all together and clean it up. The price was worth it as they disassembled the entire thing, cleaned it and put it back. (approx $100). So total price was around $150 with parts.

I did end up having a slight problem where I had to dremel out some of the exterior housing to get the main plug in place. Which meant I got extra practice wrenching the darn thing out to get a dremel on her. Naturally I confirmed the regulator was the same size.. but that stupid housing. Even tried adjusting the housing a bit.. no go. The dremel did the trick.


VALUE ADD HERE:
An interesting tip that I'm not sure I've seen anywhere else. The correct belt in my case (apologies I don't have the part# handy) always seemed super tight and impossible to get on so I had used a larger belt in the past and ended up breaking 2 (yes two) alternator mounts getting it tight enough.

So here's the TIP:
After you get the alternator installed on the lower pivot mount... leave the top bolt out. Get your belt on the alternator pulley, get it around the tensioner, now push/pivot the alternator up past the top bolt mount. Doing this you'll find you have just enough play in the belt to get it over the main pulley. Then Voila! let it rest and you can get the top bolt in and tightened up.

Appreciate all the brotherhood's help in getting this issue sorted.
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Old 08-12-2017, 07:24 PM
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