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jtombone John Tombone
Orlando, FL, USA   USA
Where is voltage regulator located? Fuel and water temp not working. Have read in repair manual and wires seem ok. Regulator is next item to check......

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73TRStag Gold Member Bob Davis
Mt Dora, FL, USA   USA
1963 Sunbeam Alpine ~ For Sale ! ~
1973 Triumph Stag
Fuel and temp gauge power is routed through a voltage stabilizer. A small device mounted to the instrument panel support rod located to the right of the steering column. They do go bad.

jtombone John Tombone
Orlando, FL, USA   USA
Thank you so much! How do I get to it and where do I get a replacement? I do not see any on Sunbeam Specilities. Guess I could call Rick. Can’t believe u live in mt Dora, fl. I live in Orlando near MCO.

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73TRStag Gold Member Bob Davis
Mt Dora, FL, USA   USA
1963 Sunbeam Alpine ~ For Sale ! ~
1973 Triumph Stag
They are used on many of the Brit cars of that era so you don't have to rely on just SS. Be sure to get one that is either positive or negative grounding depending on your cars wiring.

jtombone John Tombone
Orlando, FL, USA   USA
Thank you! I appreciate it and your help. John

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73TRStag Gold Member Bob Davis
Mt Dora, FL, USA   USA
1963 Sunbeam Alpine ~ For Sale ! ~
1973 Triumph Stag
Do you attend any of the local Brit car functions?

jtombone John Tombone
Orlando, FL, USA   USA
No but should. Do they meet at ‘ole town’ in Orlando? Will take a while to get my girl back on the road.

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TigerDan Silver Member Dan Richardson
Greenwood, SC, USA   USA
1967 Sunbeam Alpine "Blue Boy"
1967 Sunbeam Alpine "Commodore Blue"
Here are a couple PIC's that may be of help!



Keep'em-on-the-Road

'67 SV Commodore Blue V6
Restored & Modified w/2.8 V6 FORD, T5, A/C & Electric Power Steering
Tiger2Dan’s Link: ​ ​http://danr.mhartman.net/
PDF file on Converting your Alpine:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/13vKZ9JhB0vO8p2PrMl1x1qfCxh17xJIg_KCIo7HeFok/edit
?ts=5a51997d


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jtombone John Tombone
Orlando, FL, USA   USA
Thanks, that helps.

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