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What Alternator does a 96 Accent has?

What Alternator does a 96 Accent has i suppose it'll be a bosch like every other thing in that car but is it enough to power up a 1600 watt amplifier?

I have a 55A battery im looking to upgrade my alternator and battery too
because im going to add a class A\B Mono block amplifier soon for my Subwoofer which will be another 1400 watts on my electrical system, and im afraid ill burn the whole car, so... help please! =\

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No the factory alternator will not have nearly enought power to operate this amp. Yes the alternator is BOSCH and it has a rated output of 75 Amps, u need at least 140 amps, any really good auto electric shop can supply a rebuilt high output alternator custom built, but it will be very expensive.

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There are several manufacturers (and remanufacturers) that make an alternator for the 96 Accent, and they all appear to be 75 amp alternators. You can find your options here.

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