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Each model => Murena => Topic started by: Oetker on July 21, 2008, 08:17:23 am



Title: a cheap solution for a new 2.2 Murena altenator.
Post by: Oetker on July 21, 2008, 08:17:23 am
Sometimes I am a cheapskate, and don't want to spend the money on new parts.
My altenator was at the end and I found a good solution for the original.
Get one out this cars.
Peu 205 89-98
Peu 309 89-93
Peu 405 88-92

Also in some Citroen AX en BX 1.4
Or like I did find a just revised one for 20.-
(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-O-fl2txaW-E/T2TSZ3PirCI/AAAAAAAAAJg/cPPINt_VLtc/s800/Dyno%2520002.jpg)
This will not fit at the mounting, but then you can do this.
(https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-lz5zz_-KlKE/T2TShIY43-I/AAAAAAAAALE/SRHX0bQYj7k/s800/Dyno%2520019.jpg)
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-SvOImFwodQ8/T2TShi20V8I/AAAAAAAAALM/QAPIM5_kUGY/s800/Dyno%2520020.jpg)
(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-ajwnM1nMxys/T2TSicyE1GI/AAAAAAAAALU/zlOZwiRM5yA/s800/Dyno%2520022.jpg)
Swap the fronts and the pulley's.
It a perfect fit and then it looks like this and you can mount it straight away.
The new altenator only has B+ B- and D+ connection.
Cut of the old connector in the car that connected the altenator.
The wire that did go to L has to be connected to D+, and this works great.

The charging-lamp wil work the same as the old one.

Herman



Title: Re: a cheap solution for a new 2.2 Murena altenator.
Post by: Oskar on July 22, 2008, 09:31:43 pm
thats awsome
ill be doing that soon

mine charges to low although its replaced