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Q:Where is the Instrument Cluster Voltage regulator located on my 1985 Dodge D150 PU. ( 360CI engine 2WD )? My Manuals are boxed up in storage from a recent move.
A:With reference to your inquiry on the BWD Instrument Cluster Voltage Regulator -part# R307, the voltage regulator on your Dodge D150 should be located in the rear of the alternator on the firewall. For any further assistance, please visit your nearest Advance Auto store or call us directly at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) and one of our representatives there would be more than happy to assist you.
Q:I have a 1969 Dodge pickup. Neither the gas guage nor the temp. guage works. I have replaced the temp. sending unit, the gas sending unit, and the voltage regulator. (The temp. guage quickly goes to extreme hot, and the gas guage stays on empty.) What are the chances this instr. cluster voltage reg. will fix the two guages? Thanks.
A:Yes the cluster voltage regulator could fix this problem.
Q:I have a 1967 jeepster convertible (6 cyl, auto) and this matches the description of the one that is defective on my cluster. Want to make sure that this is for a 12V negative ground system. Can you confirm the specs and if you know that this will work on the above vehicle ?
A:Number of Volts 12
Q:Need to know where this product is located on the truck, part # R307
A:I'm sorry I cannot answer your questio because I do not have "the" truck information
A:Look on the back of your instrument cluster, behind the speedometer
Q:WOULD THIS HAVE ANY THANG TO DO WITH MY TRUCK NOT CHARGERING?
A:This would not have anything to do with your truck not charging. The instrument cluster voltage regulator, regulates (keeps electric current at a safe level) the amount of voltage traveling to the instrument cluster (gauges, odometer, warning lights in dash).
A:No. A constant voltage regulator changes the voltage going to guages so they work properly. It has nothing to do with the charging system itself except to lower the voltage going to the guages its tied to.