Should be in the harness between the voltage regulator and the alternator
The voltage regulator is inside the alternator.
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
You can find the 1984 Ford voltage regulator on the inside front quarter panel. The voltage regulator will be on the drivers side quarter panel.
The voltage regulator is on the alternator. It is on the rear, within the alternator case.
i think the regulator is right in the alt.
You can find the voltage regulator for your 1987 Toyota on top of the alternator. The voltage regulator is attached to the alternator with two retaining screws.
It's an electronic unit in he alternator, it can be removed and replaced, you can find it at the back of the alternator.
It is located on the firewall under the hood,if it is externally regulated. When looking you will find a ignition module,and a voltage regulator. This is a square shaped box,kinda small,(like a pack of smokes),and it should have a pigtail cord plugged into it.
If it's like my 1987, and I imagine it is, the alternator is internally regulated, so you won't find a voltage regulator box like you would on some older vehicles. In short, the voltage regulator is in the alternator.
Built into the rear of the alternator
yes if you can find a dealer who sells one
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.
Regulator is mounted on the back of alternator. It is replaceable if you can find parts. Brushes are there also.
pretty sure its in the alternator
Authomatic voltage regulator
That is a component for regulating voltage, so in the voltage regulator, unless of course you want to include the ones you would find inside the radio
The voltage regulator is inside the alternator. Two wires plug into the alternotor...that is the plug in he sees.
The regulator is located inside the alternator. You will either have to get another alternator, or call around to find a shop that repairs them.
The alternators used in these vehicles have an internal regulator. The alternator is serviced as a complete unit and cannot be overhauled. Inside the alternator.
The regulator is part of the engine control unit, in other words it is inetrnally built in the car's main computer.
A DC voltage regulator gives a constant output voltage provided the input voltage is at least 1.5 v higher, up to a given limit. The input current is slightly more than the load current, because a small amoutn of current is needed for the voltage regulator circuit. Check the datasheet of the component which you are using to find the limits. 7805 IC can give upto 1A of current if there is adequete heatsinking.
I want to replace the voltage regulator. Where would I find a good inexpensive regulator for my 1990 Ultra with an Evo engine?
Your car should be charging at around 14 volts. I would suspect the voltage regulator is at fault if it is charging too high. You can replace the alternator. If you can find an aftermarket voltage regulator you can replace just that. It is on the back of the alternator.
Most voltage regulators are now inside the alternator. You might want to verify that at an auto parts retailer.