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How much is a new alternator for a GMC Envoy?

The average cost for a GMC Envoy alternator replacement is between $346 and $643. Labor costs are estimated between $70 and $89 while parts are priced between $275 and $554. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific model year or unique location.

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How much does an alternator cost for a 2004 GMC Envoy?

No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Alternator product you desperately need. We currently carry 18 Alternator products to choose from for your 2004 GMC Envoy XL, and our inventory prices range from as little as $149.99 up to $453.99.

How do you change the alternator on a 2003 GMC Envoy?

What could cause the alternator not to charge?

The most common reason an alternator is not charging the battery is due to worn carbon brushes or a damaged alternator itself. It can also be caused by a blown fuse or bad wirings. If your serpentine belt snapped off, the alternator will, of course not charge then either.

What does it mean when your car won’t start but the battery is not dead?

If the car clicks when trying to start, but still won’t start, this can be caused by a weak battery, dirty battery terminals, a worn starter motor or a stuck solenoid. If might just need a jump start, but there are a few tricks to try before breaking out the jumper cables or electric jump starter.

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Can blown fuse drain battery?

The fuse in and of itself cannot be the cause of the power drain. It is, however, an indication of where the power drain is coming from. If by pulling the fuse you get a noticeable drop in battery drain, whatever is causing the drain is on that circuit. It will help you narrow down what exactly is going on.

Do you hook up red or black first?

Attach the red jumper cables first. Start by clamping one red cable to the positive side of the battery that won’t start. Then attach the other red clamp to the positive side of the working battery. Next, clamp one black cable to the negative side of the working battery.

How long do you have to drive a car to fully charge the battery?

It takes most vehicles about 30 minutes of driving at highway speeds to fully recharge the battery. Keep in mind that 30 minutes is an average. If your battery is severely discharged, it may take even longer to recharge it.

Does revving engine charge battery faster?

The battery will charge faster if you rev the engine faster. Why? Because the faster the crankshaft turns, the faster it turns the belt that runs the alternator. And the faster the alternator turns, the more electricity it produces to run all the electrical stuff in the car — and recharge the battery.