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How much is an alternator for a 99 Jeep Cherokee?

We currently carry 10 Alternator products to choose from for your 1999 Jeep Cherokee, and our inventory prices range from as little as $153.82 up to $349.99.


How do I know if my Jeep alternator is bad?

Another way to indicate the alternator is to blame is if you hear rattling. A bad alternator can sometimes cause bearings to come off, which can cause a slight rattling sound. If you have been having issues with your vehicle stalling or not starting right away, this is a clear sign.


What is the highest amp alternator?

The highest 12 volt produced by Prestolite Leece-Neville is the J-180 mount 4890JB and Pad Mount 4962PA both of which put out 320 amps. When it comes to 24 volt alternators there is one manufacturers that really stands out – C.E. Niehoff has their 500 Amp C-803D.


Can a car run without a alternator?

It will run on its own for a while until it runs out of charge. How long will a car run without alternator? It entirely depends on the capacity of the car battery. If the battery does not have a full charge, the vehicle may run from 5 to 30 minutes.


How much is an alternator for a 2001 Jeep Cherokee?

We currently carry 2 Alternator products to choose from for your 2001 Jeep Cherokee, and our inventory prices range from as little as $165.99 up to $226.99.


How do you remove an alternator from a 1999 Jeep Cherokee?

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Can you drive on a bad alternator?

Technically yes. If you have a bad alternator or you’re just starting to experience car alternator problems, you can still drive it; however, it’s best not to. If your alternator has stopped working entirely, you have minimal time before your car stalls and won’t restart since you have a dead battery.


How long will a car run with a bad alternator?

However, for most vehicles, expect as much as two hours of run time and as little as five minutes. Based on the speed at which you are traveling, this could be as little as a few miles or up to 100 miles away, if you are lucky!


Can you test an alternator without removing it?

If you’re tempted to test an alternator by disconnecting the negative battery cable, don’t do it. A good alternator may indeed keep the engine running without the negative cable, but this was never a good test. In the pre-computer days, you could pull it off without damaging anything.