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I have had my 1991 GL1500 Interstate alternator apart two or three times and I still have that noise at 2200 RPM. One time I installed a new bearing in the "hat" but still get the noise. Can anyone recommend a shop in the Boston Mass area (or anywhere) that could fix the alternator properly? Should I just buy a new replacement alternator?

Thanks in advance for your advice.
 

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i deal with a shop in N.H. never had a problem. there is a shop in melrose Ma. i used to use before i moved not sure if they are still open let me know if you want phone numbers
 

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Phatty, yes, phone numbers please, or a name I could search on. Thanks.
 

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I used to use a shop in Tyngsboro often-I know where they are-but forgot thier name.I can find it for you if necessary. I think it is tyngsboro auto electric.Good people to deal with.



Ok here it is


Chelmsford Auto Electric

141 Middlesex Rd, Tyngsboro, MA 01879
(978) 649-4448 Website
 

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Turducken wrote:
I have had my 1991 GL1500 Interstate alternator apart two or three times and I still have that noise at 2200 RPM. One time I installed a new bearing in the "hat" but still get the noise. Can anyone recommend a shop in the Boston Mass area (or anywhere) that could fix the alternator properly? Should I just buy a new replacement alternator?

Thanks in advance for your advice.
> Probably just need to replace the Rubber Dampeners, between the alternator and the engine.
> I the noise persists, then it may not be the alternator at all, but rather your Timing Belts.
 
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