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Car voltage regulators are usually tested with a multimeter, which is clamped directly onto a car battery’s terminals. Find out why a car battery should have 12 volts with the car off with help from an auto mechanic in this free video on car repairs and mechanics. Expert: JB Hebert Contact: www.wrxtra.com Bio: JB Hebert is a machinist, metal fabricator, and auto mechanic who has been fixing and modifying all things mechanical for over 20 years. Filmmaker: David Pakman

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23 Responses to “Auto Repair & Mechanics : How to Test a Car Voltage Regulator”

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  2. raymonlelsz says:

    honda 3liter vtec

  3. luckyanthony77 says:

    Thank you very much. I learn more here than, I do in the school that i attend.

  4. higgo714 says:

    fuck i love being a mechanic, best fuckin trade ever.

  5. MrKhalio says:

    thanks 4 your vidio

  6. hlbpr says:

    Or, if excess voltage is encountered, could it be bad ground connections?

  7. cobrachoppergirl says:

    I get 14+ volts coming out of my brand new alternator, but as soon as I reconnect the fusible link that connects it to my brand new battery (at 12.5 volts)… I only get about 12.8 volts at the battery terminals. It steadily climbs by .01 volts every five seconds to maybe 13.3. If turn on my bright lights, it drops down to 12.6 and stays there. I don’t understand it at all, my alternator and voltage regulator are brandnew and producing 14+ volts, but its not reflected at the battery.

  8. stan021 says:

    very good video, thank you

  9. OyOTurcios says:

    thank you so much good job with this video

  10. albertonex19 says:

    Good video.
    Just to say ive gotten mad reading like 40+v from cheap multimeters with a low battery(in the multimeter)

  11. khonglap says:

    Thank you for your post good video for millions people. Please post more videos when you have time. Thanks

  12. raybartee says:

    Bar none most informative video on the subject I’ve seen yet. Thanks a million.

  13. dosteddaram says:

    I am pareciate of you uploading the best useful video’s.

  14. fastodie says:

    so how much volts u need to turn on your car??? like the lowest volts to turn it on??

  15. dosteddaram says:

    minim 12.5 volt

  16. jheetman says:

    @fastodie to crank the engine over the battery needs to maintain voltage above 9.6 volts WHILE CRANKING. if the battery drops below 9.6 it’s not strong enough for that vehicle

  17. benlyons83 says:

    @cobrachoppergirl…that s because a car battery is in fact 14.4 volts and operates at 12

  18. mmsamma says:

    terrible job…..NOT A CLUE….all the info is incorrect….you forgot about KIA…with a thermal temp sensor,and a mitsubishi…very bad vid,,,,,you are lost…plus you forgot about amps…stick with your factory job…..scarey…12.6v open circuit voltage…..13.8-14.2v alt output……until you step into the latest vehicles….all the rules have changed…
    please never open another hood as long as you live…thanks

  19. mmsamma says:

    terrible job…..NOT A CLUE….all the info is incorrect….you forgot about KIA…with a thermal temp sensor,and a mitsubishi…very bad vid,,,,,you are lost…plus you forgot about amps…stick with your factory job…..scarey…12.6v open circuit voltage…..13.8-14.2v alt output……until you step into the latest vehicles….all the rules have changed…
    please never open another hood as long as you live…thanks

  20. classicrock4ev3r says:

    my battery has 12.3 volts on it does it need to be charged by the way the alternator charges at 14 something so my alt is good but do i charge the battery

  21. Theronnnnnnnnn says:

    When making a video, please refrain from closing your eyes so much when trying to look straight at the camera. Makes the whole “listening to you” fairly hard and and decreases your credibility.

  22. huasi87 says:

    Hi there

    Well it seams that My regulator is working fine but after an after market sound system is installed i got the car electricity fluctuating too much but not under 13.6 and no over 14.1 how i van maintain stable electricity even that i have a capacitor for my system befor the sys. idle was 14.0 now it is 13.8 it is 300C 5.7 by the way

  23. chvyant says:

    @mmsamma “Hey, its eHow what did ya expect!”

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