Alternator help


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if i had a hifonics amp pushing 1600 rms at 1 ohm with the fuse rating on this amp at 80x2 which is 160 amperes draw current. would that be ok on a stock alternator on a chrysler sebring 1999 lxi???

Bronze Member
Username: Rds11

Louisville, Kentucky

Post Number: 93
Registered: Nov-04
Theres one way to find out. lol, you can take your car to a shop and try to find out your car's alternator strength. You could buy a better Alternator. You could buy a capacitor. Or you could replace your battery w/ a better one, I wouldnt do that though. Just a few suggestions

Silver Member
Username: Taylor17

Kopperl, Texas

Post Number: 938
Registered: Jan-05
Forget the part about buying a capacitor, that will only make the problem worse. I don't know what size alt is stock on that car, but I would look in to getting a HO alternator.

Silver Member
Username: Marley289

Post Number: 138
Registered: Nov-04
its probably only 70 amp alternator. im not sure bout that but at least somewhere around there. but you should still should invest in a HO alternator.
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