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Hi 1973. Got the red bushings like 4

Does this alt. come with a bracket , ? Thst I don't know about or seem to see any where ?

Thanks if so where can I buy one ? Thanks Dez

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If you have an alternator that is sagging and you have the red bushings that support the alternator ?

Would you ? A) put the bushings in and hope for the best?

B) wonder if there is a bracket missing , that I can't seem to find ?

C) tie a wire to hold the alternator so that it is firm and the belt doesn't squeak !

Sorry about my wordsmith ing I'm an artist

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Is your car a 2002 or a 2002 tii?

 

On either there should be a bracket. If you do not have one, find one, buy one and put it on. No RED bushing or wire will keep it from squeeling without a bracket.

"90% of your carb problems are in the ignition, Mike."

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It might help based on the schematic link above which piece you need. Either #6 or #16.

 

where can I find a bracket
I'm having a $@& of a time locating one

 Look on my work cart

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It might help based on the schematic link above which piece you need. Either #6 or #16.

 

 Look on my work cart

 

He must have #6 or the alternator would be lying on the floor....heheh.

 

If it's #6 then the BMW part # is 12 31 8 602 037 and can be had for $10,31 + shipping from this place (for example). However, I'm sure someone will have a spare, so try posting on the Parts Wanted page.

 

http://www.getbmwparts.com/parts/index.cfm?searchText=12318602037&make=BMW&action=oePartSearch&siteid=214672

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Les

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'76 '02 - Delk's "Da Beater"

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