Yes. and it will cost around $130.00 at the parts store. it also requires alot of skill to replace. it is soldered in and the alternator brushes are also involved. They need to be pinned out of the way to reinstall. Unless you are equipped and have a good working knowledge of alternators you will be better off purchasing a quality rebuilt. a quality rebuilt will cost you around $200.00
The voltage regulator is on the alternator. It is on the rear, within the alternator case.
It is built in to the alternator.
Inside the alternator. In the alternater. Sorry, in the alternator.
The regulator on a 1994 Chevy is inside the alternator.
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
It is built into the alternator. I would just replace the alternator.
To change the voltage regulator on a 94 Geo Tracker, locate it in the black plastic box on the back of the alternator. Unplug each cable from the regulator, remove it and replace.
yes just use a torx socket to remove the 6 screws holding the regulator / brushbox unit secured to the alternator... remove electrical connections to the regulator first...easy!
in the alternator
It would if the battery voltage was lowered enough to cause it not to fire.
hi in 94 corolla 80 amps alternator
The engine computer is also the regualtor.The engine computer is also the regualtor.
The drive belt on the alternator of a 94 Toyota Corolla won't turn if the bearing has seized. The alternator will need to be replaced.
Check for spark and fuel. You're missing one of those.
On any alternator you can check with a voltmeter -- disconnect the positive going to the alternator, use a towel or electrical tape to isolate it, then start the car and you should read DC volts accross the terminal of 12-16v if the diodes are working, if they arent switch it to AC -- if you read > 2v your diodes are shorted I'm pretty sure the diodes and regulator are integrated into the Alternator -- so just replace that, otherwise you can take it off and they can check it at any Kragens for free.
This might help and it might not. On the 94 Century, from the back of the alternator, go to the fairwall. You'll find a 4 wire connector, disconnect and remove the regulator.
its on top of the engine in the center, there are two bults that hold it on, reduse tention on the belt tentioner to get the belt off it
it is riveted in.
In the throttle body.
94 Buick Lesabre replaced battery and alternator and the alternator is not charging the battery. Battery light is on and off. Is this fusable link. If so where is it located
where is the alternator located in a Hyundai excel 94 model
I think it might be the same thing I suspect is wrong with my 93. It's called a mega fuse and it should be in line with the alternator but I'm not positive where, I'm trying to find it my self. But it's just a fusable link that bolts to two lugs somewhere near the fuse box under the hood. But the same thing is happening to mine, I got the alternator rebuilt and changed the battery and was fine for a couple weeks but it broke down on me last night. But the a/c thing, mine will kick off when it's tacking anything above idle.
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That is typically caused by a faulty alternator. Have the alternator tested; the light is indicating that the alternator is not providing a charge to the battery.