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How much does an alternator cost for a 2006 Honda?

We currently carry 11 Alternator products to choose from for your 2006 Honda Accord, and our inventory prices range from as little as $162.99 up to $264.99.

How do you change an alternator on a Honda CR-V?

How long does an alternator last Honda?

You can expect most alternators to last about seven years, or between 100,000 to 150,000 miles. Keep in mind that certain factors may cause your alternator to wear out more quickly: Harsh driving conditions.

How long does it take to replace an alternator?

In general, it will take about two hours for you to replace an alternator on your own, though this could vary somewhat depending on your knowledge of car mechanics. If you take your car into a shop in order to have the alternator replaced, timing may vary somewhat, and you may have to leave the car for the day.

How much is an alternator for a Honda CR-V?

The average cost for a Honda CR-V alternator replacement is between $572 and $1,120. Labor costs are estimated between $124 and $156 while parts are priced between $448 and $964.

How much is an alternator for a 2007 Honda CRV?

We currently carry 7 Alternator products to choose from for your 2007 Honda CR-V, and our inventory prices range from as little as $162.99 up to $252.99.

How do you remove an alternator from a 2005 Honda CRV?

Is replacing an alternator expensive?

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When your car starts having electrical problems, it’s a sign you need an alternator replacement. Considering the price of a new alternator as well as labor, you should expect to spend anywhere between $500 and $1,000 to get a new one for your vehicle.

What happens when alternator fails?

If a faulty alternator fails to keep your battery consistently charged, the fuel injectors may not fire, causing your engine to stall. A dying alternator can lead to a wide range of other electrical issues. Generally speaking, such issues manifest as an inability to perform at normal power.

Is it OK to buy a remanufactured alternator?

Although there is no one right answer for every situation, we rarely recommend a rebuilt alternator. Sometimes a remanufactured alternator is a good option, but most of the time we recommend a new alternator.