voltage regulator on 1990 Dodge Ram Van B250

where is the voltage regulator located

by in Rossville, GA on January 06, 2010
4 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on January 27, 2010
They are generally part of the alternator, is that what you found with yours? Were you able to replace it separately or is it integrated into the alternator?
ANSWER by on April 03, 2010
It is separate, the regulator is a silver box like bolted up just behind where the hood lifts up. If you are looking at the oil dipstick mine is above that (bolted to the top). It has wires that connect to it in a triangle type shape (but only 2 wires go in). Hope that helps
ANSWER by on June 11, 2010
The repair manual that I have, saids that it is located in the SECM -aka- computer.
ANSWER by on June 06, 2011
i have a 91 van the computer regulats the voltage in it but im not sure its the same in a 1990
COMMENT by on March 03, 2014
External voltage regulators were not installed after the vans moved to fuel injection- 1987 would be the last year for the external regulator.
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