Constant Voltage Regulator for all 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs.
If the gauges in your 1969-1973 Mustang's dash have stopped working for no apparent reason, it might be because of a faulty constant voltage regulator. Like just about every other part in your 'Stang, this regulator can wear out over time. So it's important to replace it if you've noticed your factory voltage regulator is going bad or if you're installing new dash gauges.
This Constant Voltage Regulator features top-of-the-line solid state technology that allows for smooth gauge performance with no adjustment needed! In the old days, the original units had to be adjusted manually with a screwdriver because they used mechanical contacts that opened and closed, causing the gauges to fluctuate. But manual adjustment is now a thing of the past thanks to this updated Constant Voltage Regulator!
Order a Constant Voltage Regulator for your 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 or 1973 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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I have a 70 mustang mach 1 and I believe it has a replacement constant regulator. Problem is gauges work when you start the car, then shut off in a short time. I don't know if it is the regulator or circuit board. How can I test to find out the problem.
in my 69 mach1, I have no left turn signal in the temperature gauge and no lights in the temp gauge or speedometer. I have power to the plug in both blue/red wire and blue wire. is this a voltage regulator issue or circuit board?
It used to say"open and turn 180 degree". Has that changed and how do I know mine is the "new" or the old "one". All I can say is it perfectly fits on the circuit board, the 2 contacts are at the same position like at the original one? Thanks
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