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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Considering the year model it could easily be a faulty connection from loose or contaminated wiring.,relays.,Alternator..Save time and check rectifier/regulator before wiring nightmare...Start and run engine sitting still at 2000 rpm.for 1 minute..,Shut it off.Carefully touch regulator ...If it is Extremely hot it is your problem.If not take it to mechanic..I would save time and troubleshooting nightmares because wiring will drive you crazy If you know nothing about it..Take to a Motorcycle Tech and let him repair it correctly ...Then he will explain the problem
Posted on Apr 05, 2015
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