The engine computer (next to the battery) is also the regulator.
The voltage regulator, on your 1987 Ford Van, is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The voltage regulator should be on the passenger side of the firewall.
Inside the engine computer.
i think its underneath the engine
Use a funnel to pour it down the ATF dipstick tube.
If it is a 1987 or so and later it is part of the engine computer. It is mounted on the firewall.If it is a 1987 or so and later it is part of the engine computer. It is mounted on the firewall.
voltage regulator on 1987 ford f250
The voltage regulator is inside the alternator.
The voltage regulator is built into the Alternator!!
Is the 4 cylinder engine on a 1987 Camry noninterference?" Is the 4 cylinder engine on a 1987 Camry noninterference?"
Yes the voltage regulator is inside the alternator.
The regulator won't be shown separately on your Pontiac. Most GM vehicles of that vintage had Alternators with built in regulators.
inside of the alternator
In the alternator
The voltage regulator/rectifier is mounted on the battery case.
You can fit a 1.8 liter engine into your 1987 Acura Integra. You will need to modify the engine mounts and the wiring harness.
well i have a 1987 cutlas supreme and it has a 307
The 1987 Camaro Z 28 350 cubic inch engine stock horsepower is 280. The 1987 Camaro Z 28 350 cubic inch engine was the largest engine offered for that model year.
Inside the alternator
it could be a default voltage regulator
Should be located in the back of the alternator