ALTERNATOR REPAIR SERVICES. Are you in need of an alternator repair services? Look no further than Firestone Complete Auto Care, where we offer a Complete Electrical Check that evaluates the health of your car alternator, starter and battery.
An alternator problem will affect your whole vehicle. If you're experiencing any alternator symptoms indicating trouble under the hood, get it checked out an auto technician at your local Firestone Complete Auto Care store. After a vehicle inspection, we can perform an alternator repair or replacement and get you back on the road in no time.
Alternator Replacement Cost Know what price you should pay to get your vehicle fixed. Estimator / Alternator Replacement Cost; The average cost for an alternator replacement is between $539 and $721. Labor costs are estimated between $133 and $168 while parts are priced between $406 and $553. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.
The alternator replacement cost can be quite high, with prices running between $133 and $915 for a new alternator. The work itself is quite straightforward, so the cost for labor is normally quite low in comparison to other automotive services. The alternator cost will range from $200 to $700 just for the part itself!
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Got the car towed to Firestone and they are trying to charge me $170 to replace the battery and $350 for the alternator. Being in college, I can’t afford that. What should I do? Ya’ll think it should be easy to change the alternator myself after watching a couple of youtube tutorials? Any advice would be very helpful. Thanks in advance.
remove the wires and take alternator out of car. replacement is a reverse of this but to make my life easier i removed the mounting bracket and fitted the new alternator to it and fitted it with ...
It sure sounds like the Firestone in this case was doing some guessing considering the alternator replacement, swapping out a new battery, the burnt wire, and the offer to change the alternator back again. For 1200 bucks I’d probably want my old alternator back in there and yes it’s possible to check one while out of the car.
If your alternator is in fact bad after so few miles, I would suspect there is a problem somewhere else that caused it to fail so quickly. Then again, it is possible you just got a rare bad alternator. But either way, it's very unusual to have to replace the alternator on a Honda under 100,000 miles.
If the alternator requires replacement, your vehicle’s electrical system will perform erratically, its battery will discharge, and eventually your engine will lose power. A complete electrical system check from Firestone Complete Auto Care will tell you whether the alternator is generating the proper amount of current and voltage.