Question about 1989 Yamaha FZR 250 R
After id been out riding for a few hours i switch off my fzr like always,left it then 2 hours later jumped back on it and nothing,no power.completly dead.Tryed a roll start,nothing no even a cough. removed and rechardged the battery overnite,put it back in,still dead as a doornail. Had the bike for 12months and it hasnt missed a beat till now. any clue anyone?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is yours jarnater or regulater problem same problem to me i have fzrr 400 but i install a new regulater and then i solve my problem
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
SOURCE: after a 2 hour ride
Might have 12.67 volts, but not enough amps to crank engine or light the lights properly. Try putting a charger on the battery, bring it to a full charge. Next, put a load tester on the battery to see if battery is weak or dead cell. If battery checks good, check the charging system. With engine running at idle, put volt meter on battery-read volts, then rev engine to high idle. Volts should climb higher than idle reading.
Posted on Apr 18, 2011
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