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How long do DENSO alternators last?

The average longevity of an alternator is seven years or about 150,000 miles. Several factors can impact the lifespan of your alternator, including the quality of the part, the overall condition of the vehicle, and how many electronics are being used.


Can alternator be fixed?

Some alternator parts can be easily replaced such as bearings. These can fail due to inadequate lubrication or excessive wear. Wiring connections can become loose or even break, disrupting electrical output. In some cases, these may be able to be soldered back together and repaired.


How much does it cost to replace an alternator Acura TL?

The average cost for an Acura TL alternator replacement is between $461 and $701. Labor costs are estimated between $98 and $123 while parts are priced between $363 and $578.


How much is an alternator for 2006 Acura TL?

We currently carry 6 Alternator products to choose from for your 2006 Acura TL, and our inventory prices range from as little as $157.19 up to $704.99.


Why is my check charging system light on?

What’s happening when the battery/check charging system light comes on? Whenever this light goes on, it means that the vehicle is running solely on battery power. If the problem continues and your charging system fails, the battery won’t be able to recharge and it will soon run down, leaving you with a dead battery.


How much does it cost to replace a timing belt on an Acura MDX?

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The average cost for an Acura MDX timing belt replacement is between $986 and $1,124. Labor costs are estimated between $418 and $527 while parts are priced between $568 and $597. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific model year or unique location.


How do you remove an alternator from a 2007 Acura TL?


How can I test if my alternator is bad?

First, open the hood and start the car. While the engine is running, remove the negative cable from the battery. If the vehicle stalls or dies, the alternator is likely bad. This happens because the alternator is not generating enough electricity to keep the engine running on its own.


How can I check if my alternator is working?


Should I replace belt when changing alternator?

Since the belt has to be removed during the alternator replacement anyway, this is a great time to install a new belt and tensioner if required, too.