Your car is packed with features and tech that require electricity to operate, and it's your 2007 Honda Accord alternator that creates the energy they need. If your electrical functions aren't acting quite right or you've needed a jump-start from time-to-time, it could be a bad alternator. Fortunately, the repair is simple and won't break the bank with a new alternator for a 2007 Honda Accord and other charging system parts available from AutoZone today.
Alternators are known to last for many years, but a premature fault is possible. If that happens, you'll see signs that it needs to be changed including weak cranking, dim lights, burning smells from the engine area, or a belt squeal. Your car might even stall and it's very likely the battery light will come on.
AutoZone carries everything you need for your car repairs, from a 2007 Accord alternator to batteries and tools. Find the right parts that fit your vehicle and hoose from options like Free Next-Day Delivery or Same-Day In-Store Pickup to get started on your repair soon.
Notes: 110 Amp. Designed for maximum durability 100% new
AC Service Tap: No
Pulley Included: Yes
Fan Type: Internal
Rotation Direction: Clockwise (Right)
Mounting Hardware Included: No
Mounting Shims Included: No
Pulley Belt Type: Serpentine
Amperage Rating: 105A
Family: Nippondenso IR/ IF
Pulley Groove Quantity: 7
Regulator Type: Internal
About 2007 Honda Accord Alternator
How Do Alternators Work
The alternator for a 2007 Honda Accord sedans and coupes converts mechanical force into electrical energy. The serpentine belt spins the alternator very fast while the engine is running, and a rotor containing magnets spins inside a stator coil to generate an electrical field. This energy is delivered to your car's components on demand via hundreds of yards of wiring, and the charge also replenishes the battery's stores so your car will start the next time you crank it over.
How to Replace a 2007 Honda Accord Alternator
Because of its accessibility, changing the alternator often takes an hour or less for a certified mechanic or DIYer alike. Disconnect the battery, then remove the serpentine belt and the wiring to the alternator before removing its fasteners. Install the new alternator and test that it's working.
My 2007 Honda Accord LX (4 Cyl) is over 250K Miles, I did not want to buy high price parts while the alternator is easy to access in case any future problem.
So, I looked for the lowest local price available, and here I am getting this Valuecraft re-manufactured in Mexico. It was an easy 45-minute (plug and play) job with NO need for any modification. Of course I spent 15 minutes prior to removing the old part to test all related components, and yes, the original OEM alternator was giving low voltage (as low as 9 volts). I installed the replacement and I'm getting the right voltage now (14 volts) and the battery dash light went right away.
I'm OK with the 12 months warranty. I was not willing to pay the extra $30 for the Duralast re-manufactured just to get the Life-Time warranty.
car performance is back to normal. no noise.
Keep the box to return the core (old part) in it. They need the box back.
What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 4-Cylinder Honda Accord LX