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Not charging the batery

No charging at all, just bought this bike, no idea were to start with trouble shooting. Where do i start to look, mesure for output to determen the axect part not working.

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Hi ......... Use a multimeter across the battery when the bike is running, should show 12.8-14volts. If its more your regulator is defective. Find the wires from your alternator (left hand engine casing), should be six, three of which will be YELLOW. With the engine NOT running disconnect the connector (behind left side panel) and using the multimeter on continuity, take readings from one to the other two wires. You shouldn't get any noise readings as thay should all be insulated from each other. Anything different indicates it as defective and casing on that side has to come off for it to be replaced.
Let me know how you get on.

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