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2006 Chrysler sebring v-6 2.7 (voltage regulator) there are 2 small wires coming off the back of the alt. what are they and where do they go? one is green and the other is black with a white stripe.

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They regulate the voltage. They both go to the ecm. The voltage regulator is built into the ecm.

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