Delpi’s 130D series alternator is probably one of the most mass produced designs in the U.S. Since 1995, General Motors vehicles have 130D alternators. 130D’s have no external cooling fan but 2 internal cooling fans. They all have a 4 pin plug as seen in pic 1, and an almost solid black plastic cover on the back as seen in pic 2. There are many mounting styles, but they all take the same kit, except for the regulator which we signify by the last 3 digits “763, 761,749,734 and 705”. The plain 130D kit without a specific regulator number will automatically be supplied with a 719 regulator which is by far the most common. Due to the high volume of rotor slip rings that will not be re-usable, we install a new slip ring on the rotor for easy rebuild and long life expectancy.
Build your alternator like a factory reman with our high quality new voltage regulator, new rectifier, rebuilt rotor, new bearings and brushes.
The parent company : Performance Starter & Alternator, Inc. has been in business since 1985. “Help” is what we’re all about. You don’t have to have any concerns whatsoever that your rebuild may not succeed. If you need help or have a question, e mail us. If you can’t understand the email, call us or leave a voice mail with your name and number. An actual starter alternator rebuilder will call you back.