PROFORM Alternator 100 AMP 1-Wire Chrome With Internal Regulator 260-460

PROFORM:
66445.1F
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Highlights

  • Chrome Finish
  • GM 10si Body Style
  • 1-Wire Hook-Up
  • Internal Regulator
MSRP $130.77
$124.99
You save $5.78

PROFORM Chrome 1-Wire 100 AMP Alternator with an Internal Regulator for 260-460 Engines.

Do you need a new alternator for your 260-460 Ford Engine? Then check out this PROFORM (66445.1F) Chrome 1-Wire 100 AMP Alternator with an Internal Regulator.

Features & Benefits:
- 100 AMP model
- GM 10si Body style
- Beautiful chrome finish
- Machined pulley
- 1-wire hook-up with internal regulator
- No remanufactured components
- Sold individually

This PROFORM (66445.1F) Chrome 1-Wire 100 AMP Alternator with an Internal Regulator is a single wire, 100 AMP unit with internal regulation.  It will easily replace that old alternator failing to keep your battery charged. The hefty 100 AMP output is sure to power all of your extra lights, pumps, and accessories that draw power with ease. The excellent Chrome finish of this alternator will look awesome under the hood of your Ford vehicle. It has zero remanufactured components and has a solid machined pulley.

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Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Bronco years:

This product will fit the following F-100 years:

  • 1948,
  • 1949,
  • 1950,
  • 1951,
  • 1952,
  • 1953,
  • 1954,
  • 1955,
  • 1956,
  • 1957,
  • 1958,
  • 1959,
  • 1960,
  • 1961,
  • 1962,
  • 1963,
  • 1964,
  • 1965,
  • 1966,
  • 1967,
  • 1968,
  • 1969,
  • 1970,
  • 1971,
  • 1972,
  • 1973,
  • 1974,
  • 1975,
  • 1976,
  • 1977,
  • 1978,
  • 1979,

This product will fit the following Mustang years:

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Switching from OEM external regulator Do I need to upgrade the alternator wiring harness? If so, what is done with the OEM connector plugs that are no longer used? How is the alternator indicator light on the instrument cluster wired to the new unit?

Asked by: JoeRedrider
The externally regulated wiring would no longer be needed. You could just remove the old wiring. A one wire alternator does not permit the use of a warning light, a volt gauge would be used instead.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-06-13
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