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Battery drains down to nothing, 12 volts at battery running or not. even at 3000 rpm. coil test resistance from stator tail enfinity from each test pair
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There should be a circlips at the end of the driveshaft.
That circlips holds the shaft IN the differential parts.
If you have still warranty, let it repair by a dealer. The circlips is maybe INSIDE the differential casing and can thus destroy a lot of parts!
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
SOURCE: i replaced the starter relay
When you push the start button and the relay clicks the lead from the relay to the starter should have 12volts. If it doesnt you either the relay is bad or the cable(lead) is bad from the relay to the starter.Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
The AC output of the stator should be 32-40 volts at 2000 RPM (16-20 per 1000 RPM). With the battery fully charged, your regulator should supply between 13.5 and 15.0 DC volts to the battery. This should be the reading you get on your voltmeter. It will vary depending on what lights and other equipment you have turned on. Sounds like everything is working fine to me. The gauge is reading the DC voltage at the battery while the engine is running. At 2000 RPM, 12 volts is a little low but, considering the accuracy of the gauge, as long as it doesn't fall below 12 volts, it's about right. You don't ride for extended periods at engine RPMs that low. Then at 3000 RPM, 14 volts is about right. If your bike never ran anymore than 12 volts, your battery would slowly go down. If it goes any higher than 15.0 volts, it will boil the battery. Usually, about 14.3 or so with no load on the system is about right.
Posted on May 18, 2011
SOURCE: 2000 v92c Charging system only
Most likely the regulator is faulty - a shorted stator would have effectively killed the voltage.
Yes, the stator connections can be accessed from the outside without serious modifications: they are soldered directly to the cable that goes to the rectifier/regulator. Just measure them with a very good AC voltmeter - the frequency is very high.
Posted on Jul 14, 2011
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