Do you carry a portable jump starter that you're using more often than you'd like, or does the battery light come on when idling? The issue could be with your 2006 Ford Mustang alternator rather than the battery itself. If it fails to generate sufficient current to power your car's systems and recharge the battery, your vehicle may become unreliable for both short and long drives. Luckily, the repair is simple and can prevent future headaches. At AutoZone, we supply alternators from recognized brands like Duralast to restore your vehicle's performance.
Multiple issues can lead to subpar performance from the alternator for your 2006 Ford Mustang, but you can still expect to get between 80,000 and 150,000 miles before you need to change it. When it's time to swap it out, choose an alternator that meets your car's specific needs, including fitment and amperage. Whether you need a 135-amp or 150-amp alternator, AutoZone provides new and remanufactured options, all at competitive prices.
At AutoZone, shop for your 2006 Ford Mustang alternator replacement as well as any other repair or maintenance items including oil, filters, and brakes. When shopping from home helps free up your day, Same Day Delivery ensures your order arrives promptly.
the alternator was charging but the check charging light kept coming on all alternators i replaced. finally on the 4th alternator the light went off and stayed off so far. lets see how long the light will remain off before i have to replace it again.
What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 ford mustang gt