Direct replacement to your original unit.
Plug-and-play, direct fit, easy installation.
No assembly required.
Higher grade of electric components.
Improved heat sink and charging capabilities.
The quality exceeds or meet the OEM equipment.
All products shipped are tested.
Condition: Aftermarket 100% Brand New
Quanity: 1 PC
Type: Voltage Regulator / Rectifier
Replacement Part Number:
Fit for 125 SX 1997
Fit for 250 SX 1997
Fit for 360 SX 1997
Fit for 300 MXC 1997
Fit for 360 MXC 1997
Fit for 125 EXC 1997
Fit for 250 EXC 1997
Fit for 300 EXC 1997
Fit for 360 EXC 1997
Fit for 125 EGS 1996-1997
Fit for 250 EGS 1996-1997
Fit for 300 EGS 1996-1997
Fit for 360 EGS 1996-1997
1x Voltage Regulator Rectifier
Before installing your new regulator rectifier;
Check the AC output of the stator.
Replace any burned or corroded connectors on stator and regulator/rectifier
Check and repair any melted wiring.
Use hi-temp dielectric grease on all connectors.
How to distinguish CDI box with AC fired or CDI box with DC fired?
If headlights turn on without the engine running(with just the key on), it is a DC system. In the AC system, turning ?headlights on require the engine to be running. Another indication is, if the engine will only runs with a battery it is DC. If it will runs without a battery, it is a AC system.
What does the voltage regulator do?
This regulator has the task of converting the alternating voltage (AC) generated by the alternator into the direct voltage (DC) 12V used in the vehicle electrical system and keeping the voltage within a certain range.
The voltage regulator is also responsible for ensuring that the battery is charged and that the light bulbs do not burn out.
How do I know if the charge regulator can be defective?
- Incandescent lamps burn out all the time.
- Headlights get brighter and darker.
- The battery is constantly empty.
Delivery Time: 2-6 working days
Returns: Customers have the right to apply for a return within 60 days after the receipt of the product
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