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How to replace a voltage regulator on a mercury cougar

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Its situated within the alternator.

Posted on Nov 05, 2012

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1999 ford cougar alternator putting out reduced voltage at 4000 rpm and over. Under 4000rpm fine. Voltage up to 4000 rpm about 14.5 volts. Over 4000 rpm it starts to drop and can go as low as 11.5 volts. Any ideas.

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