[DML] Re: Reply : Driving with No alternator
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[DML] Re: Reply : Driving with No alternator

An alternator from a parts house will cost but a fraction of those
options. Buy one, stick it on (one of the easiest procedures to
perform on a DeLorean), drive to the garage for another swap, then
you'll have a spare.

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daviddlasvegas" <daviddlasvegas@...>
> I probably could change the alternator myself...BUT...the altenrator 
> is new. It blew after 5 weeks and is warrantied. The garage will 
> replace it for free, but I have to get it there. So my options to get 
> my car to the garage are:
> 1. Drive it the 280 miles with no alternator and hope I make it.
> 2. Have it shipped and pay a trucker $400.
> 3. Tow it myself with a U-Haul for $200 and travel 45mph getting 5mpg.

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