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How much is an alternator for a 2005 Ford?

We currently carry 12 Alternator products to choose from for your 2005 Ford F-150, and our inventory prices range from as little as $179.09 up to $352.96.


How much does it cost to replace an alternator on a 2005 Ford f150?

The average cost for a Ford F-150 alternator replacement is between $520 and $574. Labor costs are estimated between $86 and $108 while parts are priced between $435 and $466.


How much does an alternator cost for a 2005 Ford Focus?

We currently carry 16 Alternator products to choose from for your 2005 Ford Focus, and our inventory prices range from as little as $145.99 up to $473.99.


Where is the alternator on a 2006 Ford 500?


How long does a Ford Focus alternator last?

The Lifespan of an Alternator Six or seven years seems to be the maximum healthy life for an alternator.


Can I change my alternator myself?

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.


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.

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What happens when alternator goes?

A bad alternator will result in a discharged (dead) battery and cause a vehicle to not start or run. Alternators are designed to maintain a battery’s charge, not to recharge a dead battery. Your alternator’s job is to maintain a consistent charge on your battery.


Will an alternator charge a dead battery?

A) Alternators are designed to maintain a battery’s charge, not to recharge a dead battery. Charging a dead battery with an alternator will result in premature alternator failure.


Why is it called a Ford 500?

Deriving its nameplate from the ”500″ suffix used by Ford on the Custom 500, Fairlane 500 and Galaxie 500 model ranges from the 1950s to 1970s, the Five Hundred was the larger of two model lines intended to replace the Ford Taurus (the Ford Fusion being the smaller vehicle).