Alternators & Generators

1969 Mustang Alternators

Alternators & Generators

You might have one masterpiece of a mountain motor sitting beneath the hood of your Mustang, but if you can’t get it started, it doesn’t do you much good. A broken alternator can be a drag, but thanks to CJ Pony Parts, you can repair or replace your 1969 Mustang’s alternator hassle-free. We carry a huge selection of 1969 Mustang alternators and generators capable of reproducing your car’s factory electrical output or motivating any number of accessories and upgrades you’ve installed. Even if you just need to find the right part to make a repair on your existing setup, our selection of small parts such as lead wires, regulators and bracket kits is the best around.

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1969 Alternators & Generators

Everything You Need to Replace Your 1969 Mustang Alternator

Sometimes, repairing a broken alternator is as simple as banging on it with a hammer — other times, it’s not. For the times when it’s not, CJ Pony Parts offers a comprehensive selection of 1969 Mustang alternator parts and replacement alternators.

Our selection of 1969 Mustang alternators includes replacement options from industry leader Powermaster. Available in 60, 80 and 100-Amp models, these internally regulated pieces feature V-belt pullies, gold battery posts and a smooth-look finish that will make you proud to show off what’s under the hood of your ’Stang. Take note that alternators with higher Amperage ratings may require you to run heavy-gauge lead wire.

In some cases, replacing your 1969 Mustang’s alternator may require the use of a new bracket. We carry several options from Trans-dapt, Scott Drake and more. Check out our selection of relocation brackets if you need to make room for additional accessory pulleys or other aftermarket parts.

If your 289 powered Mustang has an issue with overcharging at high-RPM, take a look at the oversized 3.75-inch alternator pulleys we offer. Based on the design used on factory Hi-Po 289 cars, the larger pulley size keeps alternator RPMs down when your motor is spinning quickly. This affordable upgrade can make a noticeable difference in the life of your battery.

If it’s an alternator repair you’ve got on the docket, take a look at our wide selection of small parts. We carry individual 1969 Mustang alternator fans, spacers, leads and mounting kits to help you fix whatever is keeping your alternator from performing. We even carry full serpentine accessory drive kits from March performance for those using the modular Ford Coyote motor.

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