Alternators from Autoelectro

Published:  02 November, 2018

Autoelectro has released details of four new part numbers – all alternators – which cater for 10 models in all. The first reference, AEG1362, is a Ford Mondeo reference, which fits a 1.5 diesel (2015-) and 1.6 diesel (2014-). Ford features for a second time in this update; AEG1472 fits the Transit 2.0, Transit Custom 2.0 and Tourneo Custom 2.0 (2016-). There is also an alternator for the Hyundai i20 1.1 and 1.4 diesels and Kia Rio 1.1 and 1.4 diesels (all 2014-) – part number AEG1426. Finally, alternator AEG1487 is for the Nissan GT-R 3.8 petrol (2009-).


www.autoelectro.co.uk

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