Voltage Regulators

Voltage regulators control the amount of electrical output generated from the alternator to prevent damage to system components. This device helps ensure a consistent level of voltage, essentially acting in a buffering capacity to limit excessive voltage from flowing through the system.

If a voltage regulator is not working properly, too much or too little voltage may circulate. Too much voltage can cause damage to the battery and electrical accessories, but too little can cause vehicles to act erratically or stall. The symptoms of a failing voltage regular are similar to the ones exhibited by a failing batter or alternator. With electrical problems, you'll need to investigate further by using a voltmeter.

You can rest assured that every voltage regulator meets OEM standards for both quality and fitment. Exceeding your expectations is important to us. Thanks to our factory direct relationship, you’ll typically save up to 30% off retail OEM prices. You simply can’t beat a DB Electrical voltage regulator for its combined value and performance.

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