Join Date: Jan 2000
Location: Looking for the answers...
If you have added the alternator 4G to 6G harness adapter, I would check that. After installing the Bullitt Alternator, I visited an Alternator Remanufacturing shop, and they suggested (at a money loss to them) that I do not use the harness adapter, rather the 6G plug be soldered in securely to the existing wiring.
I have NO problems with the new alternator and plug. And they could have easily made money off me, by selling me an expensive adapter. Instead, they gave me a $5.00 part and suggested that I solder it in.
Also, the Bullitt Alternator has a built in regulator, and doesn't require a 3 wire plug. Just an FYI.
No surging, no problems. Just an idea. Don't know if it means anything...
goodluck, and let me know if you need just a plug, I have access to them at my call!