The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
The engine computer also handles the voltage regulator duties. It is on the firewall on a Ram Van.
No, the voltage regulator determines the alternators output voltage. That's all it does. If the regulator fails the battery level can drop to the point that there will not be sufficient charge to start the engine, but the regulator will not directly cause the engine to not run.
voltage regulator on 1987 ford f250
i have a 91 dodge ram 250 van and the voltage regulator went out on it. My Va was located in the computer. a new computer will run about $230. i got mine from a junk yard for 30 bucks and it works fine. the computer is on the fire wall in a black box. i have a 91 dodge ram 250 van and the voltage regulator went out on it. My Va was located in the computer. a new computer will run about $230. i got mine from a junk yard for 30 bucks and it works fine. the computer is on the fire wall in a black box.
The pressure regulator is part of the pump.
Inside the rear of the alternator
Voltage Regulator? In the alternator voltage limiter? voltage regulator...a little square box usually located on the driver side wheel well.
Where is the voltage regulator located on a 2004 Ford 250 diesel
The fuel pressure regulator is part of the pump module in the tank.
passenger side behind battery mounted on fender well
Sounds like a defective voltage regulator
The van wont start and we were told it was the air and fuel regulator or is it the fuel pressure regulator that the lines to the gas peddle go into to make the vehicle run
Borrow, rent or buy a volt meter and test the battery voltage with the engine running. Have someone take the rpms up to about 1500 and test the battery voltage. If it's very much above 14 VDC, you have a faulty regulator. Ideal voltage is 13.5 but if it's anywhere near 17 or more it will destroy the battery. On the other hand, if one or more of the cells are shorted out, normal voltage will cause the remaining battery cells to boil.
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.
It is part of the computer behind the battery.It is part of the computer behind the battery.
Sorry to tell you but if someone said to adjust it....that means go buy a new alt. because nowdays there are manufactured with the voltage regulators in the alternators. **The voltage regulator is built-in to the ECM...about a $275 part! However, before you jump to conclusions about the voltage regulator being defective, I'd highly recommend that you go visit the autozone website and follow the "Check charging system" word for word. I discovered that the alternator in my 1990 Dodge van wasn't grounding? How could that be? It's bolted to a metal bracket, right? Could be corrosion, could be rust? I even installed a second ground strap from engine to body. Nothing worked until I ran a ground wire from the battery to the alternator case. Charged just great then! Of course I discovered this after first replacing the alternator and the ECM! Don't you make the same (expensive) mistake.
How do you lower a stuck tail gate on a 1993 Dodge 250 pickup?
No. In fact, the wires from the rear if connected to the front will fix a 250 problem!
A 1992 Dodge Ram 250 requires 4 quarts of motor oil.
The voltage of a circuit with a resistance of 250 ohms and a current of 0.95 amps is 237.5 volts. Ohms's law: Voltage = Current times Resistance
yes it does