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Replaced alternator in 1993 dodge dynasty and the volts are too low

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If this problem you are facing after replacement of alternator, then it is problem with voltage regulator of alternator. that only can be the problem.

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  • dear there is only one regulator it is in alternator , remove that alternator if you can replace only regulator, if you cant , just return it to form who you had taken.

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Did you have the alternator checked before you installed it? the Chryslers have the voltage regulator built into the computer.

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