The voltage regulator, on your 1995 Ford Escort 1.9 liter, is located on top of the alternator. The voltage regulator is attached to the alternator by four retaining screws.
It is part of the alternator.
The voltage regulater is in side the alternater.
Attached to the Alternator (1.9L)
The voltage regulator is on the alternator. It is all one piece.
It's on the back of the alternator
The voltage regulator on all Escorts is inside the alternator. It is an integral part of the alternator and the alternator has to be replaced to fix it.
To change the voltage regulator on a 1995 Ford Thunderbird, first you will need to disconnect the battery cables. Then, remove the bolts holding the regulator to the frame of the vehicle and the wires connecting it.
No there is not. The only located on the alternator is the voltage regulator.
The voltage regulator is attached to the back of the alternator with 4 torx screws for the 1991-1995 models non-integral type.
I have a 93' escort GT and the voltage regulator is actually part of the alternator (all one piece). I had to replace the whole thing. But if yours is a 2 piece, it would be bolted on the outside of the alernator.
The voltage regulator is in the alternator.
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