Originally Posted by vinvango
I just did this to my 1995 wrangler problem was low voltage on volt meter my alternator, battery and grounds all checked out. I did not what to spent 250 for a rebuild ecu or 500 new at the dealers.So I got a voltage reg from advanced auto for a 1980 dodge ram 360 5.8L witch was a 100amp regulator.I figured since my alternator was a 90amp and the two maxi fuses were two 50a it all checked out $21 .It looks just like the one used by Ininkus and what i did was hook up the split wire that goes to the ing to the 40amp ing fuse in the fuse box next to the battery and mounted the reg just behind the battery on the firewall.And as for the original field connectors i just tapedthem up undid the grounds and flipped it 180*. Because of this post i am know back on the road and loveing the jeep again .Only thing know is the engine light is on not a bad thing it's been on since i bought the jeepI'm use to nothing a little length off black electrical tape can't fix .My hat is off to you all ,thank you very much ,all smiles for now VinVanGo
Is there a way to have an external regulator with out the check engine light on?
1995 Wrangler Sahara YJ. Rough Country 4" Series II lift 2'' BL, 1.5" Boomerang Shackles, 35x12.5R15 Dean Durango A/T, Cobra CB, Warrior Product Roof Rack
My build Post: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/marks-slow-build-thread-1358664/