Q: The cracked alternator issue on a 2004 Toyota Corolla CE

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My friend has a 2004 Toyota Corolla CE and he hasn't started it in a year and a half. The alternator was rust but we fixed that but it is cracked and if we tighten it too much it won't turn. Would that cause a problem?

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