The wear of alternator bearings is one of the most common problems car mechanics face. Worn out (battered) bearings can cause an alternator to seize and, as a result, a drive belt may slip down or break. The consequences of this can be unpredictable.
Troubleshooting will require the replacement of alternator rear bearings. The procedure is quite simple. However, it requires a certain degree of accuracy. Otherwise, there is a risk of damaging collector rings or rotor windings. All you need to repair an alternator is a good mechanic and special repair tools. In case there is a problem with the latter, and you have doubts whether you can perform the procedure quickly, accurately, and loss-free – special repair tools by MSG Equipment are to your rescue. The product line of special repair tools for starters and alternators developed by MSG Equipment engineers is meant to help car mechanics perform their job with surgical precision.
Set of pullers MS0204 is used to remove rear bearings in alternator rotors. The use of the pullers helps replace the bearings without damaging current collector rings. The tool applies to the following types of bearings 6203, 6202, 6003, 6201,141071,140419 and their analogs used in 90% of alternators of the world-known manufacturers, such as Bosch, Valeo, Magneti Marelli, Mitsubishi, Delco Remy, and others.
Most often, the repair of any automotive unit involves its disassembling. Special repair tools for starters and alternators by MSG Equipment will make a complicated piece of work as simple as possible, help repair specialists access the most hard-to-reach places to remove an element, protect it from deformation, and prevent damage to the surrounding parts.