Question about 2002 Ducati Monster 900 i.e.
I've used the search function with several variables with no concrete success and my Haynes manual only covers the single-phase regulator rectifiers. Here's what I got: -Charge the battery wait 30 minutes after disconnecting and it shows good volts. -Disconnect the ground (-) terminal and check the draw with all systems off 0.6mA. That's a bit higher than I'd like but not horrible. Disconnecting the ECU fuse it drops to nil. -Reconnect and run the engine at idle the volts across the battery show right about 12. -Increase RPM to 3000 and the volts steady a bit but still remain at 12. Everyone seems to think that stators rarely fail on these machines, but I'd like to be certain before I drop $80 or more on the regulator/rectifier. Anybody out there got a good idea?,Battery voltage at the battery should stabilize at aroun 14V, not 12V. The battery should be at about 12.5 when left overnight. My ST2 will hit 14V at 2k RPM with no lights, 3lk with low beams, 4k lo+hi.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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