6G 135 amp Ford. Black or gray with green voltage regulator. Slightly over 5″ inches center to center of thru bolts (see pics). Found commonly on Mountaineer and Explorer. You know you have a 6G when you see the gray plastic bearing cover in the middle of the back of the alternator. Typical failure behavior is BAT light on-off inadvertently but voltages seem to be normal, or volt meter indicates erratic, short periods of no charge. These symptoms usually occur after 100K miles.
Build your own reman quality alternator with new rectifier ass’y (diodes), new high quality voltage regulator, front bearing, rear bearing, slip ring, tolerance ring and dust cover.
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