Tip & How-To about Motorcycles
If you suspect that you have a recifier problem ,Borrow or purchase a voltage meter ,Start your bike and put the voltage meter on the positive & negative terminal on the direct current rating ,Rev the bike up slowly to 1000 revs you should be if the regulator is ok be seeing a reading of 13.4 max .Increase the revs to 3000. but only for a few seconds the voltage should stay the same ,Any increase highter that 13.4 then you have a regulator problem .and run the risk of blown fuses or bulbs ,or burnt or melting wiring .One important thing to remember is that your battery must be in good condition..Poor or bad batteries may give a false reading .
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