A few months ago I posted a question about replacing my alternator, and I thought I had it solved, until this past weekend. My jeep had been reading low on the voltage gauge when running, about 12v, but one of my friends said this could be normal so I didn't worry about it. A few days ago it wouldn't crank, but ran fine after jump starting it. Long story short, The battery and alternator check out (had them tested at autozone), but it still won't charge the battery when running, and will die if I let it don't rev it when in neutral. I have read that my voltage regulator could be bad, but I have also read that 84 CJ7s don't have one. Coming off my alternator, I have 2 wire ends, one goes into the plug that goes back into the alternator, and the other goes into what I suspect may be the voltage regulator, because it connects with another lead on that piece that goes straight to the battery. Can anyone confirm if this part is the mysterious voltage regulator, and for a bonus weigh in on if that sounds like it would be the problem?