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Old 10-14-2010, 09:59 AM   #1
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so here is the deal, one month ago i had to replace my regulator/rectifier because it went out, two weeks ago one of my relays went out so i had to replace that! now here is the new problem, yesterday i went riding it started up fine i went and rode for about an hour or two and stopped for gas, when i went to start it the battery was dead. i went and got a new battery and it started just fine, i drove it home shut it off and then tried to start it again and it acted like there was no charge, but here is the crazy part i let it sit for about thirty minutes and it had a full charge!!! what is going on is my stator going out? or my regulator/rectifier acting up again?
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Old 10-14-2010, 11:11 AM   #2
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Wow crazy bro, lol well are u sure it had a full charge? And u can test it by using a voltmeter on the battery and rev it to idk remember I think it was 1500 or 5000 rpms! If working properly the voltmeter should show 14 or more a little more volts! If not it could be ur stator or regulator/rectifier again! Cuz that's what happent to my gixxer 600 , stator went out a week later regulator/rectifier went out too!!
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??bad wiring??
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Old 10-14-2010, 06:21 PM   #4
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thanks guys come to find out it was the connection to the regulator/rectifier!! i saw the the red wire that connects to one of the prongs was getting to hot, so i re-spliced the wires and checked the connections with my multimeter and now i am getting the correct amount of volts to everything. thanks for everything!!!!
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