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Question 67 Voltage Regulator Location?? HELP!!

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I ran into a issue wiring the the headlights on my 67, I have a aftermarket core support and it does not seem to have the Voltage regulator mounting holes, No matter how I position it nothing seams to line up with the 3 holes in the regulator or let's it lay flat, I have the Factory assembly manual which shows it above the horn relay and angled with the wire connection toward the fender.

WOULD ANYONE HAVE A PHOTO OF THERE"S IN THE STOCK LOCATION??

PLEASE HELP!!

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Correct location is above the horn relay. You might have to drill holes to secure it.

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Re: 67 Voltage Regulator Location?? HELP!!

Not sure if your trying to put everything to stock locations but I made a bracket and mounted my horn relay and voltage regulator inside the fender then made covers that mount to the inner fender, fender, and radiator support and it looks real clean. I also ran the wires to the fuse box between the fender and inner fender. I think wires look like crap so I go through alot to try to hide them
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Re: 67 Voltage Regulator Location?? HELP!!

I had the same problem, I just drilled my own holes, not sure if its exactly stock.

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Thanks Guys for the feedback! I'm trying to put it back in the stock location, I don't mind drilling a few holes if I know it correct.

Any Photos out there on a Stock Core Support??

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Re: 67 Voltage Regulator Location?? HELP!!

I have the electronic version but it replaced an original.
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