The voltage regulator is inside the alternator on a 1984 Chevy.
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You can find the 1984 Ford voltage regulator on the inside front quarter panel. The voltage regulator will be on the drivers side quarter panel.
My 1982 Volvo 244GL had a voltage regulator in the back of the alternator so I assume your 1984 is the same
If it's a carburetor version, there probably isn't a regulator.
The regulator is the square silver box on the middle of the firewall.
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Yes. It's inside the alternator and is replaceable without alternator disassembly. Remove two screws and the voltage regulator will pull out.
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Inside the rear of the alternator It is on the firewall.
The system shouldn't exceed 15 volts. If the battery tests out okay and you are mechanically inclined, you can replace just the voltage regulator inside the original 1984 alternator. A replacement regulator should cost aprox $30.
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have the battery checked and test the voltage regulator
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autozone.com has online manuals that give step by step how to
no we don't
The same thing happened to me in my 1984 Mercury (I know, not the same), But it turned out to be the voltage regulator. Some older alternaters dont have internal voltage regulators.
If the battery checks out okay, you can replace just the voltage regulator inside the alternator.
It is part of the alternator. If you are having problems keeping a charge or problem with high voltage, you might want to consider replacing your entire alternator.
A 11/16 socket is needed to remove the 1984 Chevrolet pickup front axle hub assembly. The socket should be a five-point socket.
The wiring harness from a typical alternator has three wires. One is for grounding, one is from the battery, and the other is from the voltage regulator. In a GM alternator however, there may be two wires or only one wire. It depends on whether you have an external voltage regulator or not, and if the alternator simply grounds itself to the bracket it's attached to. The best way to find out is to trace the wires to their sources.
rear drivers side of tranny,likely a 700-r4 trans