Regulator for BOSCH  202 Products

The alternator regulator is an important element that allows the alternator to fulfil its role, particularly in charging the battery.

A sign of failure can be seen by lighting the battery charge indicator.

A test can be done using a voltmeter to detect the voltage.

Other elements such as the slip ring, diode bridge, brushes can cause problems.

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The alternator regulator is an important element that allows the alternator to fulfil its role, particularly in charging the battery.

A sign of failure can be seen by lighting the battery charge indicator.

A test can be done using a voltmeter to detect the voltage.

Other elements such as the slip ring, diode bridge, brushes can cause problems.

Our range of alternator regulators is designed for many brands

In this category the controllers are for Bosch alternators.

Bosch car-mounted alternator, trucks, agricultural machinery, construction machinery

Civil Engineering, boat alternator, tractor alternator.



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The alternator regulator is an important element allowing the alternator to fulfil its role, particularly in charging the battery.
How do I know if I need to change the regulator on my alternator?

There are several ways to determine if your vehicle's alternator governor is defective:

             The battery charge indicator light on your dashboard is on.
             A voltage test using a voltmeter to detect the voltage. It should be between 12.8 and 13.6 V.

Other elements such as the slip ring, diode bridge, coals may cause problems. Very often, the defect is caused by the wear of the brushes or slip rings, resulting in the complete repair of the alternator.

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