Too good to be true. Actually, the advertised function of these devices is a bit hard to tie down. The fact is, most electronic devices already have a voltage "stabiliser" built in to their design. e.g. In the power supply that regulates the main battery to 5 and 12 volts required by most of the peripheral electronics. The individual components that are responsible for the stabilisation are dirt cheap.
The advertised stabilisers have 2 leads... I wonder what's in the fancy box?
"Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding" ???
- I always thought that understanding preceded wisdom.
Yeah, my thought was that there was already voltage regulation being taken care of internally by the alternator. I know that some older vehicles have separate voltage regulators, like the 1989 Taurus I used to own...
Will 2002/03 Kia Spectra engines interchange with 2000 Kia Sephia engines. My books say they will, parts stores and wrecking yards say no. If not, what are the differences? My books say only "T8, 1998 and later" :confused: