The thyristor module, which is what we call the thyristor module, is mainly used to adjust the voltage of electrical components to avoid burnout or fuse blowout. The general mechanical voltage regulating module is likely to cause wear of moving parts when in use. , And the thyristor module will not, so in this regard, it is often more appropriate to choose the thyristor module. But how to replace the thyristor module? Relevant technicians said that as long as there is a wrench, follow the steps below.
1. Use a wrench to disconnect the negative cable of the battery at the battery end. Generally speaking, the negative cable is black and the connected end has a "-" mark, which also ensures that the power supply will be isolated.
2. Positioning regulator. It is often on the top, or close to the alternator, and the shape is also cylindrical.
3. Disconnect the wires from the thyristor module. The general wiring is sealed and pre-wired, and one end is directly connected to the alternator through the loom, and the other end is connected to the positive terminal on the battery, and loosened with a wrench Fix the wires and replace them with other nuts and wires.
4. Find the place where the fixed thyristor module is placed, loosen it with a wrench, and remove it. Generally speaking, there will be two bolts on both sides of the regulator. Take out the regulator and wires from the engine compartment.
5. Set the thyristor module in the same place that was just removed, replace the bolts and tighten them, if there are different specifications, make slight adjustments.
6. Reconnect the wires to the alternator and battery, and use a wrench to replace the connection from the negative electrode of the battery to the battery on the cable.
Through the above steps, basically the thyristor module is installed. I don’t know if you have learned it through the above introduction.
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