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I have an Exide Car Battery Charger (Model 7067512). It stopped working, and I've narrowed the problem to a bad diode. The diode does not have any part numbers written on it. Exide was not able to help. Century Tools, which stocks car battery charger parts, could not find my model number and was not able to help. Can I use an alternator diode (stocked at Sears)? How can I determine the diode rating that I should look for (i.e., my Exide Charger has a 75/12/2 amps charging options, should I look for a 75 amps surge amp rating on a replacement diode?) Thanks.
Thats what i did on mine they blew when i hooked the cables up backwards (gotta watch that)
but i used 130 amp alt diodes from an old tractor alt i had
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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