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Changing the Voltage Regulator in Alternator

We are repairing GTV682 Bill's 164 with bent valves this weekend and while car apart we are doing some side repairs in engine bay such as installing a rebuilt starter, rebuilt cooling fan motor, new low speed cooling fan resistor, new a/c heater blower motor and a new voltage regulator in alternator.

We would have replaced bearing in a/c clutch pulley too but car has new compressor assembly already installed. Lucky us as that was one less item to ZERO time.

Here is picture of old and new voltage regulator for alternator. As you can see brushes worn quite a bit. We had to change broken radio noise suppressor, too.
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