CHRYSLER WIRING AN ELECTRONIC REGULATOR
Electronic-Voltage Regulator And Alternator - Hot Rod Network
Dec 01, 2001In fact, when electronic ignition made its debut as a production system, Chrysler had already switched to solid-state electronics in the charging system with the electronic voltage regulator
Mopar Charging System - MyMopar
Chrysler recommends you switch to a transistorized voltage regulator if you upgrade to an electronic ignition from a points style ignition. If you have to buy a new voltage regulator, the difference in cost is only about $5-10 more for the transistorized unit.
Electrical diagrams for Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth cars
Electrical diagrams for 1960s and 1970s Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth cars, for use with alternator and electronic ignition upgrades or troubleshooting Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge Electrical Diagrams. An electronic ignition requires an electronic voltage regulator. Mopar says it won’t work with the older electromagnetic regulators.
Electronic ignition upgrade / voltage regulator question
Jun 04, 2009I upgraded to an electronic ignition setup when replacing my engine years ago. No problems there, but recently I had read that if you do this it is essential to upgrade to a "new style" voltage regulator and start using a two-field alternator. I did not do
Chrysler – Page 3 – Circuit Wiring Diagrams
This is the charging circuit diagram for the 1940-1953 Chrysler all models except for the 1953 Chrysler Crown Imperial. The component of the following schematic are as shown in image; 6 volt battery, solenoid and relay, generator, ammeter, and voltage regulator.
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