The engine computer is also the voltage regulator.
The engine computer handles the voltage regulation on a Stratus.
Found the answer: The voltage regulator on a 98 Dodge RAM 1500 is NOT in the alternator. The alternator specifically states that the voltage is "Externally Regulated". In this vehicle the voltage regulator is built into the computer of the vehicle. To repair a bad voltage regulator in the computer you can either replace the computer or bypass the computer using about $50 in parts (ask your mechanic). Hope this helps.
I believe the voltage regulator is in the back of the alternator
Its in the alternator!
most domestic cars built since the early 80s have the voltage regulator built into the alternator.
It is built into the alternator.
The voltage regulator is built into the alternator on all Contours, no matter what year or engine.
The voltage regulator is an integral part of the alternator. I would recomend replacing the alternator.
No such part on a Dakota.No such part on a Dakota.
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