Honda civic 1995


Asked by Feb 17, 2016 at 08:14 PM about the 1995 Honda Civic DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Do you need an alternator with a core charge for a
95' Honda civic ?

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not sure what the question is but anytime you purchase as alternator they will charge you a core charge unless you provide it at the time of purchase

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Some alternators don't have core charges . usually the core charge is a separate price but this alternator had no core charge price on it at all .


no not hardcore charge...basically will need to buy to just hand right back, if you don't have your old one~


I asked around and got that it didn't need a core charge on it I guess. So I can on here to get more Intel on it


So if my old one has a core charge and my new one doesn't .. How does that work ?


Can the car run without a core charge in the alternator ?


Ok - now I see what the problem is here - a core charge is a charge (money taken and later refunded) guaranteeing you bring the failed component back so they can rebuild and resell it - It has nothing to do with the function of the one you are buying

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Oh okay so if the alternator doesn't have a core charge but is also brand new . my car will start right up ??


go to the boneyard...get one for 15 questions...nothing needed~


it should start right up Dshan - as long as the battery is charged and everything else was working on the car prior to the alternator failing


I already have one being shipped

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