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: June 25, 2018
The charging system will normally consist of two major components: An Alternator which actually supplies the necessary electrical current in order to charge the battery, and a Voltage Regulator. The latter insures that the system does not overcharge the battery, and that the correct system voltage is maintained. Most vehicles produced within the last 20-30 years use a voltage regulator which is an integral part of the alternator itself. This article assumes that your vehicle uses this type of alternator.
From the first steam powered coaches to today's super-cars, an automobile is a vehicle that undergoes constant changes and improvements. The first cars that were invented could barely replace the horse, were not reliable and didn't show any promising future. But people who were visionaries kept the idea alive, pressured forward thus making the car a irreplaceable part of our lives.