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The generator is called a statter. The battery is going dead cause the voltage regulator is bad. Worked on hyosungs for 5 years. Never seen a statter bad Voltage regulator is located under the seat MOPAR KENNY
Sounds like the battery may not be charged. Put a charger on the battery, bring to a full charge. Try starting. If it won't crank, locate a load tester and check the battery for weakness/dead cell. If the battery is not the problem, the starter/starter solenoid may have corroded/dirty contacts.
Put a charger on the battery for two or three hours. Now start the bike up and use a voltmeter to measure the voltage across the two battery terminals while the engine is running around 2000 rpm. The meter should read around 14 volts. If not, the charging system needs to be checked. If the charging system is working properly then yes, something is draining the battery. You will need to check all the wiring and switches to locate the source.
The battery may be dead and won't receive a charge. If you haven't already, try changing the battery, but charge the new battery on a battery charger before you put it in. You don't want the charging system to have to start off trying to charge another partially charged battery.
There is an alternator in the flywheel, a set of magnets that spin around with the engine and generate enough electricity to charge the battery back up after starting and keep it charged up. If your battery is weak, dieing, not charging, it is probably the battery. Check the electrolytes in the battery, one dead cell is a dead battery. One of those floaty ball battery testers will tell you. If your charge light comes on, your alternator may be weak, rare, but possible. Hope this helps.
Yes it is the battery. First try charging it with trickle charger. NOT car battery charger. It should work fine once it is charged enough to start the bike. Than the bikes should keep it charged. Or you can jump it with car battery. This is safe. THe motorcyle battery is also 12 volts. Just smaller.
After the bike runs for 5-10 minutes and shut if off. Wait 5-10 minutes after it is off and try again. If it does not start again, than your battery is either dead or your stator/rectifier (your charge system) could be faulty. Lot cheaper to get battery for $30 than to pay $75 hourly shop fees for testing and than repairing.