There are many major components you need to be paying attention to in your Subaru that help run different systems. The alternator is a component that helps charge your battery and send power to other electrical components. A generator operates similarly, but is likely present on older vehicles as alternators became the modern standard. Generators produce electricity by rotating wires through a magnetic field. The winding of wires is called the armature. The component rotates through belts and pulleys that are connected to the car's engine. If you're driving a car that still uses a generator, it's important to pay attention to different signs that it could be failing, including dim or flickering headlights. You could also have a reduction in engine power or fuel efficiency. The most important thing when it comes to replacing your car's generator is to invest in an OEM part that was made for your make and model. You don't want to buy a new generator that is aftermarket and take a chance on it being a quality part that fits right. We sell OEM generators here for a range of Subaru models.
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