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The voltage regulator on my 411 is on the way out and have been told by Bosch that it is NLA. Is there a generic solid state regulator that can be used as a replacement? I just went this route with my Landcruiser and it works great. Thanks.
 

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I don't know where you live, but there is a voltage regulator for sale on German eBay. Item # 260659413896

The Bosch part number is 0192033004. It just says it's for an older Unimog, so you'd have to check the part number on the existing to see if it matches.
Good luck
 

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Solid State voltage regulator

I found a company that will take your mechanical voltage regulator and replace the guts with solid state components sized to your charging specs. The owner is an electrical engineer and the cost is very reasonable. Wilton Auto Electric. Wilton Auto Electric LLC in Wilton NH
 
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