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does anyone know what this fits?
D3TF-10316-AA, it is a ford part #
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that looks to be just the decal, this is a complete regulator. I need one for a 1967 Mustang with the 6 cyl. in it.
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If reliability is important install early '70s low profile solid state one. As dicuss here often, get the low profile one and then if you want correct look just drill out cover rivets and switch from older -67/67 high profile one. The "orig" relay type not so reliable and causes in many cases lights to flicker at lower rpm's. I switch my 67 out for better reliability.

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If reliability is important install early '70s low profile solid state one. As dicuss here often, get the low profile one and then if you want correct look just drill out cover rivets and switch from older -67/67 high profile one. The "orig" relay type not so reliable and causes in many cases lights to flicker at lower rpm's. I switch my 67 out for better reliability.
Do you have a part # for the regulator?
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Do you have a part # for the regulator?
For which regulator, low profile:
1967 MUSTANG VOLTAGE REGULATOR ALTERNATOR ELECTRONIC REPLACEMENT | 10316-1 | NPD

or regular size?
1967 MUSTANG VOLTAGE REGULATOR RELAY TYPE CONCOURS CORRECT | 10316-1C | NPD

and there are other options.

The cover only: You can buy the low profile a switch tops off with cover only listing.
1967 MUSTANG COVER ONLY VOLTAGE REGULATOR RELAY TYPE | 10C316-1C | NPD

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For which regulator, low profile:
1967 MUSTANG VOLTAGE REGULATOR ALTERNATOR ELECTRONIC REPLACEMENT | 10316-1 | NPD

or regular size?
1967 MUSTANG VOLTAGE REGULATOR RELAY TYPE CONCOURS CORRECT | 10316-1C | NPD

and there are other options.

The cover only: You can buy the low profile a switch tops off with cover only listing.
1967 MUSTANG COVER ONLY VOLTAGE REGULATOR RELAY TYPE | 10C316-1C | NPD
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