I hAve electrical issues with my wildcat because the previous owner let the car sit outside uncovered for many years and it had severe water damage when I bought it. The fuse box was shot so I got an okay used one and swapped it out, the kid I bought it from was also quite the "master mechanic". He could figure out why it wouldn't start, I figured out he had the coil wires in the wrong places and several wires behind the fuse box that were hangin bare, not connected. He also disconnected the switch pitch control switch when he put on an incorrect carb and ran the switches hot line to the new electric choke. I changed that all back to stock. But here's the best part, the other day I was looking at a harness diagram to trace some wires and I noticed the voltage regulator in the schematic. Then it struck me, I didn't actually remember seeing mine in my engine bay, so I look around and guess what, it's not there. And I had a cut off connector in my parts bin that I could figure out. This kid cut it out of the harness, rather than just unplug it or replace, he then removed the white and blur wires that run to the alternator and taped the whole harness up again. I don't know what he thought that was going to solveou: Anyway, I would like to know how bad this could have affected my car. I've been driving it daily since October without a voltage regulator. My wiper motor is bad, my dash lights don't work nor does the speed alert. I've blown 2 radios so far, and I gotta think this is all because of the missing regulator. I also want to know if it could affect my points, coil, etc.?? I know the ignition system should b regulated and many times my car will randomly start misfiring but later on run smooth. I can't find a harness for the car or any company willing to take on the job so I really need to know if I can fix any or all of this by putting The new regulator back in, also what damage could have occurred since I've been driving. Someone please!!!