The battery under the hood of your Volkswagen sedan or SUV helps it start. In fact, your original Volkswagen alternator is designed to keep all components running properly. Is it time to replace your alternator? Whether you decide to buy a brand-new one or one that has been remanufactured, every alternator regulates the power that travels through your carÕs electrical systems.
Just like other parts of your vehicle, any alternator can fail. They can fail due to a bad jump-start, accessory install or age. The good news is, there are warning signs that indicate you may need to replace your alternator. These signs can range from flickering headlights to a burning smell, or worst-case scenario, a dead car battery. A good rule of thumb is to change an alternator every 7 years or every 80,000 to 150,000 miles. You can find more information on this by checking the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual.
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Of course, genuine Volkswagen alternators are always the right choice and will provide you with peace of mind. The next time you need parts, we hope you will think of our auto parts counter. Please feel free to order your new alternator or other maintenance parts through our website. We have many options in stock available for you to view.
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