If your battery is overcharging, or is dead, even if it's new, there could be two parts at fault. The alternator is responsible for generating the voltage that recharges it, while the voltage regulator decides when to charge and when the battery is charged. If the Mustang Voltage Regulator in your classic Mustang fails, that simple part could leave you sitting. Get a new one from CJ Pony Parts and keep your 1964-1973 Mustang's battery charged up and running.
Mustang voltage regulators are simple parts that have the responsibility of keeping your classic Mustang's battery charged. While the alternator actually does the charging, it's the Mustang voltage regulator that determines when the battery is fully charged and when it needs more voltage. If the Mustang voltage regulator isn't working properly, the battery in your 1964-1973 Mustang could easy not get a charge or become overcharged and explode. Therefore, CJ Pony Parts offers many Mustang voltage regulators so you can keep your battery properly charged and your Mustang running smoothly. Make your order from CJ Pony Parts today!