The engine computer is the voltage regulator. Located on the inner fender.
The engine computer is also the voltage regulator.
The regulator is part of the engine computer.
Most are located inside the rear section of the alternator Dodge usually mounted the regulator in the center of the firewall, until the trucks were fuel injected then the computer took over the job of voltage regulator.
The voltage regulation is controlled by the ECM which is located either behind the glovebox or under the left front fender behind the battery depending on if it is an earlier or later model. It would be advisable to check all the connections to the ECM and alternator and have the alternator tested before replacing the ECM (aprox. $450) I have also heard of an aftermarket kit to bypass the ECM and regulate the voltage with an external regulator as used on late 70's chryslers.
The engine computer is the regulator.
The engine computer is also the regulator.
It is a sliver box bolted to the firewall.
Voltage regulator in the alternator is malfunctioning
AnswerInside the alternator Dodge voltage regulators are located on the firewall. It is the one with 3 wires.
The voltage regulator is on the alternator. It is on the rear, within the alternator case.
Built in the alternator
The voltage regulator is located in the PCM if it is going out you have to replace the entire computer
how do you replace voltage regulater on dodge ram van 150 6 cylinder
The voltage regulator is located in the Single Board Engine Controller (SBEC or ECM). If you have to replace it, you have to replace the computer. The computer has the voltage regulator in it. The alternator gets feedback from the computer to produce more of less voltage.
The voltage regulator is part of the engine computer. That will have to be replaced by the dealer.
The voltage regulator is not in the alternator. The engine computer is the voltage regulator on a 1996 Dodge Dakota.