Where is my voltage regulator on my 95 3.8 mustang

Asked by Mar 20, 2018 at 12:51 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car been sitting up for  about 5 years,  
its tries to start but then dies out

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Voltage regulator is attached to the rear of the alternator. See pic:

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I hope you drained the fuel from the tank before you started it. That is your issue. not the regulator. There is a procedure and maintenance items that need to be taken care of before starting a car that has sit over a year. Like change all the fluids, new battery, tires, brakes, etc.

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