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Where is the 2001 volvo s60 2.4 t voltage regulator located ?

Can I replace the voltage regulator without removing the altinator

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The Voltage regulator is in the PCM.

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Voltage regulator is built-in to the alternator assembly.

Have you tried replacing the battery?
A battery with a shorted cell will not charge properly and may even damage an alternator or regulator.

Note1: use a digital voltmeter (about $25 at Lowe's or Radio Shack) and check voltage across batt terminals while engine running. If more than 12.6 Volts DC and more typically about 13 Volts, then the alternator is working.

Note2: from Jan 98 to May 98 shows a different part # alternator than June - Dec 98
check the manufacture date on your driver door edge.

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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I'm not real familiar with Volvo but all other cars I have worked on has the regulator integral with the alternator.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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It's a real pain in the ****. I have a 1990 S80 that I changed one on. They are held in place with rivets. You have to drill them out to remove the regulator (not too bad). It's hard to work on because there are only so many holes in the door.

Once the new one is in place, you need to rivet it in place.

One of the rivet holes is a couple of inches deep inside the door, and you cannot get a standard harware store type rivet gun in there.

What a pain. I tried using a small bolt and nut, but it fell off after a while.

You may be able to get by with a small bolt and a nylon insert nut.

If you know w local mechanic who works on Volvo's best to have them do the job. It stinks!!

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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The regulator is in the alternator. Did you check voltage at the battery? Nothing in the diagram jumps out at me. Is the check engine light on? Maybe we could get a hint if there was a trouble code.bc11b1d.gif

Posted on Sep 26, 2010

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When the Bosch alternator in your Volvo 240 series fails there is a high probability that it can be easily repaired.These alternators use an"externally mounted internal regulator." This small assembly which consists of a solid state 14.4 volt semiconductor and a pair of brushes regulates the output current going to the battery. The brushes will wear down, effectively disconnecting the regulator. When if fails, and it eventually will, the output voltage drops from 13.8-14.4 volts DC to slightly less that the voltage of the battery with the engine off. Remove the two screws that attach the regulator to the rear of the alternator, remove, and check the brushes. if they're worn, replace either the brushes or best is to locate a self serve parts yard and get a better used regulator. Install it and you should be ok.Time to remove, examine, and reinstall the regulator assembly should be 20 minutes or less.

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