As the saying goes, “Old habits die hard.” Among the old habits that have died hard in the repair profession is the way we test alternators. In the past, the job of the alternator or generator was simply to recharge the battery after startup and carry minor accessory loads such as ignition, lighting, radio, heating or air conditioning to the clutch and blower motor. At 14 charging volts, the total current draw for these accessories and the battery recharge was usually about 40 amperes, or 560 watts of current.
Yesterday’s turbo lag was eliminated thanks to years of development and a bit of clever engineering.
Perfect timing is critical in the performance world, and now, it’s required by your regular customers too.
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The cabin air filter is an integral part of the heating & air conditioning system. Sponsored by The Group Training Academy.
Cabin air filters can stop exhaust particulates from reaching vehicle occupants. Sponsored by The Group Training Academy.
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