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      Removing Alternator Pulley for Hyundai cars?

      Any of you have experience with special tools required to open Alternator Pulleys in newer cars?

      Of course, my problem is with Hyundai, but in case anybody has experience with a shop with access to special tools for your car, mine might be with them too!

      A screen shot from the workshop manual is here. The part number for the tool is 09373-27000.

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      Also, if you see the pictures below, the inside shaft has to held in place, while the external one is loosened to take out the pulley. Newer cars like Verna and Getz also feature the same system, as per guys at Advaith. And since they dont have the special tool, they change alternators for the slightest of issues. At Rs. 38,000/- for mine, no joke!

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      Ps. Any Hyundai owner, on your next service center visit, please ask them if they have access to this tool.
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      the Accent DLS alternator is less costly at rs 30k

      alternator thingy huh. this might be available in the service center i know in cochin. or can try advaith hyundai at mission road.? do you give car for service there?

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      Quote Originally Posted by [url=http://gearheads.in/post16526.html#p16526
      Techie ยป Fri Feb 05, 2010 8:46 pm[/url]]the Accent DLS alternator is less costly at rs 30k

      alternator thingy huh. this might be available in the service center i know in cochin. or can try advaith hyundai at mission road.? do you give car for service there?
      Advaith does not have it. Hyundai has not supplied the tool to them.

      But, was hoping some of the other service centers have the tool. If you have the numbers for the MGF service advisors, could you please ask them?

      And my alternator bearing is making a very slight noise, will eventually fail. Wanted to change it before that...
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      hehe..ok i will tomo morn . i will give a call and fimd it out.

      alternating bearing is making noise huh..better to be carefull coz eventually that battery sign will light up..try to import the tool..? is it too expensive? any contacts you have in hyundai chennai factory?

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      Tadu, why not try one of those Bosch service centres? Or Carnation?
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      Got bored of waiting for tools, so I got a new Alternator/Vacuum pump combo. As Microcat said, there is a replacement part now, part of the reason I did not want to get a new one. The new alternator is "only" 90A, instead of the old one, which was 120A. I was charged "only" 18K for the new one, dont know if some discounts came in.

      Pictures of the old one below. Will be taking this apart when I get some free time.

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      good move buddy enjoi your ride 8-)

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      Dear Tadukuttan

      Recently I have purchased HYUNDAI i10 1.2 KAPPA SPORTZ I would like to know where can get the WORKSHOP MANUAL will you guide me accordingly?

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      Isn't the 12v 90A Alternator meant for Petrols? 12v 120A Alternator is recommended for diesels because of the lower rpm range in which diesel engines operate in.

      Theoretically a 120A Alternator at 4500rpm would equal the output of a 90A Alternator at 6000 rpm.

      tadukuttan, did you face any issues with 12v 90A alternator? Again since our Diesel cars do not use coolant pre-heater electric coils (as for cold countries) I feel 90A should barely suffice.

      However as I described in the previous thread about the A/C Compressor's Magnetic Clutch, it would draw good amount of current.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Kalsank Ravindranath Pai View Post
      Recently I have purchased HYUNDAI i10 1.2 KAPPA SPORTZ I would like to know where can get the WORKSHOP MANUAL will you guide me accordingly?
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