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A whole hodge-podge of electronics available. Most pulled from a non-running 1973 260Z. If you see a part you like, but need more pictures to verify it's condition or plug configuration, etc...feel free to PM me. Prices listed do not include shipping, and all can be combined for shipping -- so the more you buy, the more you'll save! Seat Belt Interlock Unit, two available. Both in very good condition and both have the same plug configuration. $10 each; $15 for both. Voltage Regulator. Very good overall condition. $15. Transistor Ignition Module. Good condition. $15. Fusible Link Covers, two available. The clean white cover (left in the photo) is from MSA; the yellowed cover on the right is OEM. $3 each. Relays, multiple available. $5 each; $8 for any two; $12 for any three; $15 for any four. If you need a specific relay, feel free to send me a detailed photo of the desired relay and I will check if I have one. (I'm constantly finding new ones in my parts bins). Relay bracket, from the passenger footwell, currently pictured with several relays mounted. $5 (bracket only). Thanks for looking, and happy shopping!
Hello, I have searched previous threads and am not coming up with an answer. I have no power at the signal wire from the voltage regulator to the altenator. I have replaced the altenator, then the battery, then I thought maybe I got a bad altenator and replaced it again after getting it bench tested, then the voltage regulator in that order. Any ideas?? Thank you in advance.
My mechanic is recommending a new voltage regulator for my bone stock 1975 280z. I installed a new battery a couple of weeks ago, and now my temp gauge is reading much hotter than it ever has, and the battery gauge indicates a slight overcharge, which the mechanic confirms. He suggests a solid-state voltage regulator. Opinions? If this is the way to go, does anyone know what Nissan part I should be asking for that will fit/work on my Z? Or, should I just get an NOS from Ebay? If that is best, is one brand better than another? There is a wide price differential, but I don't want to save money and get a bad part. Thanks in advance for your advice.
I have a situation will the car will not charge. Started with a bouncing amp guage, thought bad alt or voltage regulator, replaced both with new. No charging. Car will start and run on just the battery, accessories work. Fusable link at starter has continuity. Took replacement Alt back to parts store got another one (5 day wait) put it on, no difference. Tried old voltage regulator with new alt, no difference. I have continuity to the W/R to the fusebox. So I have old alt and regulator and new alt and voltage regulator. AMP guage will show negative if you turn on accessories but will not show a positive charge with any combination of parts. I looked for links on this and saw that 72s may have two fusible links, and one is at the alt. I have continuity through the wire off of the back of the alt. Am I missing something really simple? Suggestions please, we have a car show next weekend, I have not been able to drive all summer. I want to be out with the car this year.