Welcome to Modern Mopar Forum

Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to contribute to this site by submitting your own content or replying to existing content. You'll be able to customize your profile, receive reputation points as a reward for submitting content, while also communicating with other members via your own private inbox, plus much more! This message will be removed once you have signed in.

SpudRacer

Lifetime Member
  • Content count

    248
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

SpudRacer last won the day on October 18 2011

SpudRacer had the most liked content!

About SpudRacer

  • Rank
    Senior Jack Wagon
  • Birthday 08/04/1963

Contact Methods

  • Yahoo
    Spud75Racer@yahoo.com
  1. Hey guys, been gone a while! While trying to drive my Challenger from Bryson City, NC to Charlotte 3 days ago, we were driving on ice and I suddenly started getting lights all over the dash. Shortly thereafter she died, on icy roads with snow blowing. I found the alternator hot and discolored and had to disconnect the battery cable at the battery to get the battery to take a charge so i could drive it one mile at a time until I got it to a Dodge dealership. They called today and confirmed that the alternator was bad. They want $440 for the part and $225 to replace it. I ordered one for $280 with a $40 core charger and plan to drive back out to Waynesville, NC this Thursday (providing the new alternator arrives as scheduled) to replace it myself. Here's the deal, I'll be working in 30-40 degrees in their parking lot (or nearby if they kick me out) with only the tools I bring. Can someone give me a COMPREHENSIVE LIST of every conceivable tool I'll need to replace it. I'd appreciate any addition tips or tricks. She's lowered so going underneath will be hard to impossible unless i bring ramps. Will I need them? Thanks guys for any advise.
  2. From the album Earls Oil Cooler

  3. From the album Earls Oil Cooler

  4. From the album Earls Oil Cooler

  5. From the album Earls Oil Cooler

  6. From the album Earls Oil Cooler

  7. From the album Earls Oil Cooler

  8. From the album Earls Oil Cooler

  9. From the album Challengerfest 2

  10. From the album Challengerfest 2

  11. From the album Hurst Line Lock

  12. From the album Hurst Line Lock

  13. From the album Hurst Line Lock

  14. From the album Hurst Line Lock

  15. The threaded adapter that mounts the unit to the block has 3/4-16 threads at the block end, and 22mm x 1.5mm Metric threads at the filter end.