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check first to see if you have an alternator or a generator
generators are already dc current and need a regulator
alternators are ac producers and have a rectifier built into the alternator itself which results in dc to a regulator
so in effect are you asking about a regulator and not a rectifier

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What is a rectifier

The output of your alternator is A/C. For iy to keep the battery charged it must be D/C.The rectifier converts A/C to D/C.

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the rectifier has nothing to do with the charge rate of an alternator . It simply changes the ac current produced by the alternator into dc for the battery and electronics. If the alternator is still not charging then the regulator would be the thing to change along with the brushes

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Alternator not charging, exchanged with known good one still not charging, checked fuses

When you swapped the alternator, did you also changed the alternator rectifier? Looks like its either rectifier problem or problem with battery itself. Try using battery from another car and see if its charging. This will be the easiest troubleshoot for now. If still not charging then use a multimeter to check the output of alternator.

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What is rectifier

A rectifier for a alternator or charging system is a set of diodes. A diode is a one way "valve" for electricity allowing flow in only one direction. Typically a rectifier has 6 diodes, 3 positive and 3 negative.
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My car says "Charging System Failure" I am assuming this means alternater. Is this right?

Some part of the charging system is faulty ... Alternator is the likely candidate but not the only candidate. There is the battery, the alternator, the regulator and the rectifier. Normally, the rectifier is in the alternator and would be replaced when you exchange the alternator. For that matter, the regulator may also be in the alternator - I am not sure with this model. The regulator may not be turning the alternator on. The rectifier may not be taking the AC and rectifying it to the DC that your car battery requires. Your alternator requires 12 volts in to get power out. The regulator is suppose to see a drop in voltage at the battery and turn the alternator on. If there is no power at the battery (please read low power at the battery), no power flows into the alternator field so no power flow comes out of the alternator.

Having said all of that, I would suggest you remove your alternator and take it to the locally owned and operated Auto Parts Supply in your area. The counter person there should be able to put your alternator on their test machine and prove or disprove its operation. If it is faulty, obviously, you will know what to do. If it is faulty, you have saved yourself a second trip to the store to return your faulty alternator for the core fee. If it works on their test stand, it should work in your car. Look for another part to be faulty.

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Battery keeps dying, where is the alternator located?

Before you assume it's the alternator, note that when batteries get old, they won't hold a charge, so you might want to take the battery to a battery shop - most will test it for free.
To answer your question, the alternator is built into the engine, not a separate unit like you see on a car. Also involved is a rectifier/regulator unit that is mounted on the motor. If you have a voltmeter, measure the voltage across the battery when the engine is running at normal speed. If you get 13.5 to 14 volts, your alternator and rectifier are good. If you get only 12 volts, the alternator or rectifier are at fault.

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What is a rectifier pack on the alternater. & where is it located?

the rectifier pack is located in (in) the back of your alternator there are 6 rectifier in the back you must take it apart to see them or look through the alternator cover

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Alternator is pushing 20 volts

1981 used selenium rectifiers which were fairly low amperage. Not likely that overvoltage is the problem, but rather a failed rectifier and not changing to DC voltage (half wave). Get a 50-amp silicon rectifier from Radio Shack and replace it. Better yet, if you now have a headlight law in your state, change to a 50-amp bridge rectifier and gain more charging from the same alternator... be sure to get some help with the conversion from simple rectifier in-line to the battery and a bridge rectifier connecting both battery terminals to both alternator and ground.

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