2012 Ford Focus Alternator

Your 2012 Ford Focus requires an alternator that works just as it should to ensure a trouble-free driving experience. The alternator plays a vital role in maintaining your battery after it's expended energy to start the motor, and it powers systems like the radio, power windows, and safety features while you're driving. However, wear and tear can eventually lead to alternator failure. AutoZone offers an extensive array of 2012 Ford Focus alternators from respected brands like Duralast to keep you moving forward.

After approximately five to ten years, most vehicles will need a new alternator. Warning signs include a damaged belt, fluctuating whining noises, an inconsistent battery light, and erratic electrical component behavior. Wondering what your 2012 Ford Focus alternator replacement cost will be? Parts range from about $225 to more than $450, and it's a job any DIYer can do in an afternoon. Only an exact part fitment will do, and the wrong alternator won't bolt up, plug in, or provide the right output. At AutoZone, we make it simple to get the right alternator for your car, without fail.

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      Duralast Alternator ADL2365-6-9 for 2012 Ford Focus
      • Part # ADL2365-6-9
      • SKU # 470852
        for pickup availability
        Standard Delivery by Mar. 06
        Notes: 150 Amp. May require testing on vehicle only. Contact local store to verify in-store testers ability to test this part number. Remanufactured. With 6S clutch pulley.
        • PRICE: 236.99
        • One Wire Capable: No
        • Rotation Direction: Clockwise (Right)
        • Fan Type: Internal
        • Pulley Groove Quantity: 6
        • Pulley Belt Type: Serpentine
        • Pulley Included: Yes
        • Brushless: No
        • Decoupled Or Clutch Pulley: Yes
        • Plug Clock Rear View Main Mounting Ear at 6 O Clock: 10
        • Regulator Type: Internal
        • Amperage Rating: 150A
        • Voltage: 12.0VDC
        • Finish: Bare Metal
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        Duralast Alternator DL2689-4-9 for 2012 Ford Focus
        • Part # DL2689-4-9
        • SKU # 466926
          for pickup availability
          Standard Delivery by Mar. 06
          Notes: Remanufactured. 150 amp. May require testing on vehicle only. Contact local store to verify in-store testers ability to test this part number. With 4S Clutch Pulley
          • PRICE: 239.99
          • One Wire Capable: No
          • Rotation Direction: Clockwise (Right)
          • Fan Type: Internal
          • Pulley Included: Yes
          • Pulley Groove Quantity: 4
          • Pulley Belt Type: Serpentine
          • Brushless: No
          • Decoupled Or Clutch Pulley: Yes
          • Regulator Type: Internal
          • Plug Clock Rear View Main Mounting Ear at 6 O Clock: 10
          • Amperage Rating: 150A
          • Voltage: 12.0VDC
          • Finish: Bare Metal
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          Duralast Gold Alternator DLG11747 for 2012 Ford Focus
          • Part # DLG11747
          • SKU # 1142791
            for pickup availability
            Standard Delivery by Mar. 11 - 12
            Notes: Valeo IR/IF, 150 amp. Built from 04/09/2012. Designed for maximum durability 100% new.
            • PRICE: 365.99
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          Poor charging regulation

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          The first alternator that I installed only put out 13.7 volts. Unfortunately, it took me some time to install it, test it, and then uninstall it again and drive to the Bloomington, Minnesota AutoZone to get a suitable replacement. Luckily, I got good practice from installing and removing the first one, so the second install took less time. However, the second alternator put out 14.5+ volts. This is close to the correct range but not like the original Ford part. It should put out 14.1-14.2 volts and no more. So, I get the feeling that my electrical components will probably get fried by an overcharging alternator. I'm just too lazy to replace it a third time and also not confident that I will get a better part next time. Next time, I won't be going to AutoZone for any electrical items.

          What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2012 Ford Focus