Sunbeam Specialties lists them and I'm sure the other Sunbeam
dealers do too. I believe the instrument voltage regulator is a common part
or the same part for all British cars. Somewhere I saw an upgraded
electronic voltage regulator; possible Moss Motors.
It appears you are outside the USA try -
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
On Behalf Of Marc James Small
Sent: Friday, April 06, 2012 3:14 PM
To: Lauri Lehtinen; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [Tigers] [Alpines] voltage regulator
At 12:14 PM 4/6/2012, Lauri Lehtinen wrote:
>My Alpine's voltage regulator (for instruments, behind the instrument
>has been out of order at least last 22 years. Do you have any idea, where
I >could buy a new one? > >Larry Leaflet, Helsinki
I believe that these are still available new old
stock (NOS). If not, what you need is a
stabilized ten volt unit and that means a device
which, regardless of input, puts out an even ten
volt output. Curt Meinel will be able to tell
you more, unless, after thirty years, he bounces the issue back to me.
Cha robh b`s fir gun ghr`s fir!
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