The engine computer is also the regulator, it is behind the battery. Not on the 1991 Dodge Cummins, the voltage regulator is located on the firewall. On the 1991 gas burner, it is in the ECM.
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
Where is the voltage regulator located on a 2004 Ford 250 diesel
The voltage regulator is part of the engine computer, behind the battery.
The voltage regulator is in the alternator.
The voltage regulator is controlled by the powertrain control module and it is located on the passenger side firewall on most Dodge 3500 diesel. This is a problem that some people fix by installing an external voltage regulator.
The engine computer is the regulator.The engine computer is the regulator.
Usually inside the rear section of alternator
It is part of the computer behind the battery.It is part of the computer behind the battery.
The PCM is the voltage regulator. It is on the firewall, passenger side.
It doesn't have a separate voltage regulator. It's built into the computer which is located on the left inside fender. If the air conditioner isn't working either, it might be the engine speed sensor located next to the vibration damper on the front of the engine. If that goes bad, it will think the engine isn't going fast enough, and it won't let the alternator work.
Usually found on the Right hand side in the bonnet
voltage regulator is old school , alternators use diodes now and they are built into the back of the alternator to regulate charging , you will need to change out the whole alternator.