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Hot!WTB: Alternator 100amp to suit 1990 SW20 GT + advice needed..help!

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2017/06/05 07:53:13 (permalink)
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WTB: Alternator 100amp to suit 1990 SW20 GT + advice needed..help!

Looking for an Alternator to suit 1990 SW20 GT 3SGTE - 100amp (with power steering).
  • NipponDenso part no. 100211-6110
  • Toyota Part no. 27060-74180
 
Finding a new original alternator is proving to be near impossible so advice is welcomed from anyone who has either had their OEM Denso alternator rebuilt or went with an aftermarket brand (e.g Jaylec) alternator//
post edited by SW20TT - 2017/06/05 09:30:01
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    92 Hard Top
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    Re: WTB: Alternator 100amp to suit 1990 SW20 GT + advice needed..help! 2017/06/05 16:45:06 (permalink)
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    Just a tip. This Alternator is used is FJ Land cruiser, Just swap the pulley around. Cheap as and can get late model ones from most wreckers.
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    Re: 2017/06/05 18:35:23 (permalink)
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    I've got one as mentioned above, if your interested. PM me.

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    Re: 2017/06/06 08:49:31 (permalink)
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    Update: I found a local auto electrician who rebuilds alternators with original Denso parts and 12 months warranty. I will provide an update when I get it back and install it.
     
    grosso
    Just a tip. This Alternator is used is FJ Land cruiser, Just swap the pulley around. Cheap as and can get late model ones from most wreckers.


    Interesting. Which year FJ Land Cruiser? Do you know the part number? Would be good to know for future reference.
     
    Carmikey
    I've got one as mentioned above, if your interested. PM me.

     
    I opted to have mine rebuilt. I appreciate the offer all the same!
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    Re: 2017/12/07 16:15:51 (permalink)
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    You can use Toyota Land Cruiser  120A alternator p/n: TYA219 91236W.
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    Re: 2019/04/30 21:10:19 (permalink)
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    I have bought from these guys before - https://www.ebay.com.au/u..._trksid=p2047675.l2559
     
    The eBay seller name is rareelectrical

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    Re: 2020/06/20 10:29:20 (permalink)
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    Hi all.
     
    Digging this one up as my alternator has a tendency to want to work sometimes. 
     
    On the land cruiser options above, do these have the same round plugs as the 90 model JDM turbo with power steering?  Does anyone have a toyota part number for that alternator, and which year model suits? Does the bracket line up well on these?
     
    Alternatively I rebuild the faulty one on the car. 
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    Re: 2020/06/20 15:11:29 (permalink)
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    MR20LT
    Hi all.
     
    Digging this one up as my alternator has a tendency to want to work sometimes. 
     
    On the land cruiser options above, do these have the same round plugs as the 90 model JDM turbo with power steering?  Does anyone have a toyota part number for that alternator, and which year model suits? Does the bracket line up well on these?
     
    Alternatively I rebuild the faulty one on the car. 




    Have a check for yourself to confirm but this is the MR2 alternator listing I found on amayama trading. You could try doing a search for Land Cruiser alternators on the same site. Judging by the price of the MR2 alternator, a genuine Land Cruiser alternator is going to be very expensive.
     
    https://www.amayama.com/en/genuine-catalogs/epc/toyota-japan/mr2/SW20/152253/engine/1903
     
    Edit: looks like people have already provided the part numbers for both alternators above. Still a good site for part numbers & ordering in general though.
    post edited by PocketRadzys - 2020/06/20 15:32:39
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    Re: 2020/06/20 23:15:30 (permalink)
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    MR20LT
    Hi all.
     
    Digging this one up as my alternator has a tendency to want to work sometimes. 
     
    On the land cruiser options above, do these have the same round plugs as the 90 model JDM turbo with power steering?  Does anyone have a toyota part number for that alternator, and which year model suits? Does the bracket line up well on these?
     
    Alternatively I rebuild the faulty one on the car. 


    I have well and truly gone through the alternator saga you are asking about so will try save you going around the twist and share what I know.

    Few viable options but to answer your question, the Land Cruiser alternator has an oval plug from memory but very easy/straight forward to get an oval to round adapter (as I do).

    I actually pulled an alternator apart out of curiosity and cleaned/tested each component, replacing one component & putting in new brushes. Worked flawlessly ever since. Not a difficult process.

    If you want more info, send me a PM and I can walk you through it. Depending where you’re located I’ve also got a couple of alternators, one being a new/rebuilt unit.
    post edited by MG_MR2 - 2020/06/20 23:22:31
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    Re: 2020/06/30 22:52:59 (permalink)
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    Thanks both for the help. Might have to give rebuilding a go, just wanted to check my options before I pull it out of the car.
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    Re: 2020/07/05 17:02:55 (permalink)
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    Mine is also being rebuilt by my mechanic, so I will chase you guys if he gets stuck
     
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    Re: 2020/07/07 20:55:54 (permalink)
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    If it's any help I have a Landcruiser alternator and it's great.

    For the early cars you have to change to an oval plug
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