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Brush Holder / Brushes for BOSCH Alternator  22 Products

The brushes are made of carbon, located on the back of the alternator. They rest on the copper part of the rotor called the collector.

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Replacing BOSCH alternator brushes/coils requires some technical expertise and specific knowledge of how alternators and car electrical systems work. If you are unfamiliar with this type of repair, it is recommended that you hire a qualified mechanic to do the job.
However, if you already have the skills necessary to replace the brushes/coils in your BOSCH alternator, here are the general steps to follow:
1. Remove the alternator from the car according to the manufacturer's instructions.
2. Remove the rubber plugs that cover the brushes/coals on the back of the alternator.
3. Remove the mounting screws that hold the brushes/coals in place.
4. Remove the used brushes/coals by gently pulling on them.
5. Inspect the brushes/coals for signs of wear or damage. If the brushes/brushes are worn, cracked or broken, replace them immediately.
6. Install the new brushes/brushes using the original mounting screws.
7. Replace the rubber plugs.
8. Reinstall the alternator into the car.
9. Test the new alternator to make sure it is working properly.
It is important to remember that the specific steps for replacing the alternator brushes/coils may vary depending on the model and year of your car, as well as the type of BOSCH alternator you are using. Therefore, it is always recommended that you refer to the manufacturer's owner's manual or consult a qualified mechanic if you have any questions or concerns regarding this repair.