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In Reply to: Ford 9n dis charge posted by Jeffb on Saturday, December 14, 2013:
I thought the voltage reg was part of the alternator. I would take it to an auto part store and have it checked out and then check on the wiring conversions and make sure it is wired right. The ones I just looked at did not have a voltage regulator, Not saying your does not need one, just saying the ones I looked did not! Make sure if you are having problems.
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