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NISSAN SERENA 2.3 DIESEL ALTERNATOR

WHEN I INSTALLED MY NEW ALTERNATOR I FOUND A YELLOW & BLACK WIRE THAT WAS NOT ATTACHED TO MY OLD ONE. A FRIEND OF MINE WHO IS A MACHANIC SAYS ITS PROBABLY PART OF THE WIREING LOOM NOT USED ON THE 2.3 DIESEL, BUT MAY BE USED ON OTHER MODELS. HE COULD BE RIGHT BUT I NEED TO KNOW FOR SURE.CAN YOU HELP. THANKS, BERNI.

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Hello , it is nice to have a friend like yours , and be sure that he is right , it is used in other model , and if you needed any help just ask , and thank you for using fixya.

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