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Where is the voltage regulator located on a 1977 datsun 280z. thanks

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It should be built inside the alternator or if its external it will be mounted on the outside of the alternator. A very small box with wires to it

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  • Jim01 Mar 26, 2012

    One my 1977, (and earlier 280z), the voltage regulator is not on the alternator. The external voltage regular is behind where the fusible links are attached, passenger side of car, between battery and carbon canister. On the 1978, it is built onto the alternator.

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