Question about 1992 Oldsmobile 88
Buried deep inside the back housing of the generator. GM designed this pile to not be worked on although there are now repair parts available for it. There is no way to test the regulator and you will likely destroy the diode assembly before you get it apart. Also, a lot of trouble is caused by the huge voltage spikes these units develop. It's very common to go through four to six of these in the life of the vehicle. The best way to reduce the repeat failures is to replace the battery at the same time. It will work fine in older cars and trucks, but as they age, they lose their ability to dampen those spikes.
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its on the front fuel injector rail, on the drivers end of the engine, has a small vac hose to it. Why do you want to know. they rarely go bad, but the only thing that will happen, that if you take the vac hose off, if gas comes out, its bad. Usually the complaint is hard to start warm. and in am.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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