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I have an old(er) Dihatsu mini dump truck. It has myriad problems, including missing it's roof, and seats. But up until recently it started, and ran just fine. Stopping became an issue about 2 months ago, when the brakes failed spectacularly. (Nothing is as fast as a vehicle moving towards a steel post at 2MPH with the brake pedal flopping lethargically on the floor) I semi sorted out the brake issue, and now it won't start. It started last week when I pulled it into, and then out of the garage.It cranks over just fine, but won't fire. I found that I had no spark. So I replaced the coil. Still no spark. I located the voltage regulator (external), and checked it for continuity...... Nothing. So I search high and low, and finding a 3 tab 12v Nippondeso regulator is not an option. I searched under rocks, and in Japan, and Finland....... They just don't seem to exist anymore. SO........ Will any 3 tab 12V. regulator work?