lol. went through a lot with this one, huh? how about your dpfe sensor? did you replace it? It would cause all of that. Did you thoughougly clean out your egr passageways inside the throttle body? Did you check for clogged hoses (both the red and green facory hoses tend to get clogs in those 90 degree turns they make to navigate the engine parts)
Good luck, sounds like you know what you are doing, though.
The regulator is in the engine computer not the alternator.
The voltage regulator is attached to the vehicles alternator. It can be replaced as a separate unit.
Some Ford models had a external voltage regulator. If yours does, replace it.
If it worked before the regulator was replaced, something was done incorrectly. If it didn't work before the regulator was replaced, the electric motor, switch or wiring may be at fault.
The regulator is in the engine computer, and if failed the computer will need replaced.
The voltage regulator for a Hyundai Tuscan is on the back of the alternator. It is bolted on and can be replaced separately.
The voltage regulator is part of the engine computer. That will have to be replaced by the dealer.
The panel where the regulator is detachable. You will be able to remove it very easily. When you remove the panel you will see the way how the regulator can be replaced.
replace the diode
If the window regulator cable has failed, the entire regulator will have to be replaced.
The regulator is part of the engine computer. The engine computer needs replaced.
defective voltage regulator
The Voltage regulator in incorporated in the alternator. It must be replaced as a whole. Mobiletec Small Engine Service!
I replaced the voltage regulator, and that did the trick.
The voltage regulator on all Escorts is inside the alternator. It is an integral part of the alternator and the alternator has to be replaced to fix it.
With great difficulty
Most likely the problem is your alternator....the battery light actually does not monitor battery condition, only the charging system. I'd check the voltage regulator and the fuses first. The fuses are the cheapest fix and the voltage regulator will run about 25% less than an alternator.
To change the window regulator on a 1997 Honda Civic the door panel will need to be removed. Once removed the regulator will be visible and can be replaced by taking off the mounting hardware.
we recently replaced our transmission on a 2002 explorer for $2400
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The voltage regulator for a 1991 Honda accord is mounted on the rear of the alternator. It is bolted on and can be replaced as a separate unit.
The voltage regulator is located, or integrated inside the alternator,and must be replaced as a unit, unless you can find an electrical auto shop that can rebuild it for you.
The voltage regulator in the alternator can cause issues like this when they start to go bad. The voltage regulator is an integrated part of the alternator and cannot be replaced, if it is bad, the entire alternator must be replaced.