A 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt alternator charges the battery, which allows you to turn your car back on the next time you use it. The alternator also powers all of the electrical features when you're driving the car. Without a properly functioning alternator, you'll be left with a car that doesn't perform well, and may not even turn on. If your alternator is dying you can find one for any year, make, model, or engine size at AutoZone.
If your 2007 Cobalt alternator is starting to die, you'll probably notice that the electrical components are behaving erratically. You might see the lights flicker, or be too bright or dim, or perhaps the power windows will move slowly. Likely, the battery warning light on the dash will also come on. And if your car struggles to turn on, despite a healthy battery, that's almost always the sign of a malfunctioning alternator.
At AutoZone, you can buy an alternator for a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt with the convenience of Same-Day In-Store Pickup. AutoZone also offers Free Next-Day Delivery on eligible orders, so you can get your car back on the road quickly.
Notes: Alternator. DENSO unit. Reman=No. US ACD=Y. Can ACD=Y. 120 Amp.
Pulley Included: Yes
Pulley Belt Type: Serpentine
Plug Type: Oval
Ground Type: Negative
Fan Type: Internal
AC Service Tap: No
Decoupled Or Clutch Pulley: No
External Fan Included: No
External Regulator Included: No
Case Color: Natural
Amperage Rating: 145
Rotation Direction: Clockwise
Terminal Quantity: 3
Case Material: Aluminum
2007 Chevrolet Cobalt Alternator
How to Replace a 2007 Chevy Cobalt Alternator
Start by making sure that the car's battery is fully charged, then disconnect the negative battery cable. Find the alternator, and detach the drive belt, electrical connectors, and mounting bracket. Pull out the old alternator and replace it with a new one, then reattach the mount, connectors, belt, and cable. Finally, check the alternator's output and make sure it's good.