110 Development | Axles | Fuel Tanks | Alternator Service| Voom2 PC
TGV Diesel Engine | Miscellaneous | Rover Sedans | Fiat X1/9
General Alternator Information
Type - A127-65
Part No - AMR4249
After an outback trip, abrasive track dust
The unsealed rear needle bearing runs directly on the rotor's shaft
Cleaning and lubricating after every trip or 20,000km or so, greatly extends life.
Click on thumbnail to bring up a larger image
|General view of rear assembly|
|A 5.5mm nut driver reaches the recessed regulator assembly fixing screws|
|A deep 10mm socket reaches endplate
Disconnect insulated spade connector from regulator assembly
|Removed regulator and brush assembly|
|Remove the nuts and insulating
washers from the B+ and W terminals.
Undo the recessed 5.5mm screw holding the black plastic cover on the right - remove cover
|Undo the 5.5mm screw under the
regulator securing the diode pack heatsink. The W terminal is uppermost.
Lift end plate clear of stator. (tap gently with plastic mallet)
|View of heatsink assembly with
endplate removed showing sliprings and bearing surface on rear of shaft
Remove insulating bushes from B+ and W terminals to avoid losing them.
|Dust contaminated grease
in the unshielded rear needle roller bearing.
Clean and relubricate needle rollers
|Re-assembly is the reverse of the
Note:- Don't forget to re-fit the insulating bushes to the B+ and W terminals before replacing endplate.