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Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars #2792173
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I’m trying to find the best new electronic regulator that looks like the old 69 down style and plugs into the 69 harness. Classic industries sells one but I’m sure it’s made overseas anyone have a better source? Or is the one from Classic ok?

Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: fastmark] #2792194
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I had one crap out on me. I looked around for a higher end replacement but couldn't find one. All the original looking regs. I found were the same $15 piece. I just bought 2, and keep the spare in the glove box. My first one failed in a "max charge" condition.

Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: fastmark] #2792197
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as far I have read there are mixed experiences from diff sources, so I'd say is about lotely... althought the best you can get is some seller able to get somehow on return guarantee.

Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: fastmark] #2792217
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The Mopar Performance 312-P3690732 I just got from Jegs said "Made in the USA" on the box.


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Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: A39Coronet] #2792239
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that is supossely "for race only" constant output

Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: A39Coronet] #2792240
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Originally Posted by A39Coronet
The Mopar Performance 312-P3690732 I just got from Jegs said "Made in the USA" on the box.


That one does not look like the OEM 69

Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: NachoRT74] #2792241
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Originally Posted by NachoRT74
that is supossely "for race only" constant output


I've got that one on my '68, since 1975, never had an issue with it.


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Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: 3hundred] #2792265
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Autozone/Wells VR706 regulator, then put old cover on top of it.

Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: CrazyD] #2792331
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NAPA sells one, I have one on my 1966 Dodge Coronet. I haven't drove that car yet so no comment on how good they are shruggy


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Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: fastmark] #2792453
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exact match, works perfectly, no more dimming headlights at idle. Marked Field?IGN just as factory. If you cannot source one on your own I'll sell one of my supply.

Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: fastmark] #2792520
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I have been selling these for more than 15 years. While made in China, they are not junk. I've been using these in my cars for 15 years with no issues.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/121703672807?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: furygt] #2792526
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Thanks for the help guys.

Re: Electronic Voltage regulator for 69 mopars [Re: 3hundred] #2793351
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I have had really good luck running the all electronic Regitar C524 voltage regulator, which Fury GT referenced above.

Alt needle is rock solid. I have had no problem running them with the new Powermaster 90 amp alternators (though I should note that I have new harnesses throughout). At idle the charging system is giving me a steady 14.6V

fury GT sells them on e-bay, a couple of electronic parts suppliers sell them as well. One other note, I am really careful to make sure the VR is grounded well on the firewall.

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