The battery under your Lexus hood helps it start. Your original Lexus alternator, however, keeps everything running the way it should. New or remanufactured, all alternators work the same way. They reliably regulate the power that travels among your vehicle's many electrical systems. However, sooner or later, even top-quality alternators straight from the Lexus factory can fail. They can quit because of a bad jump-start or accessory install, or they can simply go bad with age. Worse yet, alternator failure can happen without so much as an alternator warning on the dash. Signs of a bad alternator, if you have them, range from flickering headlights and an erratic car radio to those as generic as a burning smell, squeaky engine, or dead battery. Complete electrical system shutdown is a worst-case scenario. If that happens, do an inspection. Then, run a charging system test. One or the other should determine the problem. Otherwise, it's best to replace an alternator every 7 years or every 80,000 to 150,000 miles. Genuine Lexus alternators are the right choices for the job, as they work best with the model you drive. Enjoy miles of peace of mind down the road. Order your new alternator online from our auto parts counter today. We have plenty in stock and ready to ship.
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