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Is Alternators Lubricanted by Oil Supply?

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Motor vehicle engine alternators are usually lubricated by an oily supply. To provide for effective lubrication of a vehicular type alternator, the bearings (2,4) positioned at the respective end plates (1, 5) are pressure lubricated.
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