Q: Broke my alternator wire

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Broke my alternator wire whiling replacing the other
My car has an automatic transmission.

You will need a heavy duty set of crimping pliers, a butt connector or terminal, and possibly a short section of wire. I would assume the wire is about 4 gauge in thickness. Take the broken piece to an automotive parts store or a technician and they can tell you exactly what you need.

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