Under $70 is kind of a long shot, at least around me. I have 2 autozones in my area and the one closest to me charges more. I looked up prices for the cheaper location and all of them are around $100 without core. When you return the core they list a duralast one for $69.99 with a limited lifetime warranty. Hope this helps get you back on the road.
granny shifting not double clutchin like I should
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I just happend to be playing around on ebay when I saw this. You can get a used one on there for around $35 to $40. But then you have to wait for them to ship it. Depends on how fast you need it if you want to go that cheap.
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You can install a Cadillac alternator from the junkyard. I can't remember the year, but you can search for more info. low cost....
im working on doing the GM swap.....its not an afternoon or cheap solution....its 50 for the junkyard alternator and then more to upgrade wiring new wiring harness and other other odds and ends like fabricating a new mount for the larger output alternator
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I got one from a Cherokee from the junkyard for about 30 bucks last year. Swapped it out in under an hour and it works perfect. There's actually a list of junkyard alternators that will just bolt up somewhere on this site.
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