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Alternator and voltage regulator

(2000 Dodge Intrepid)
in Gassville, AR on April 17, 2009
Is the regulator separate from the alternator on this model
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on April 18, 2009
The Voltage Regulator or Electronic Voltage Regulator (EVR) regulates the amount of amperage produced by the Alternator. It is controlled by the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). If the EVR is defective, you must replace the PCM.

The Power Control Module is located on the driver’ side of engine compartment.
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