Question about 1980 Honda CX 500 A
I would also check the output from your stator to see if the stator is no longer working. You should see a healthy 14 volts when the bike is running above 5000 rpms. If the output isn't around 14, then you will need to replace your stator.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Check to see if your battery is any good. A battery that is no good, will not keep a charge.
That would be the next step, and most likley your problem if the battery froze, or the bike sat for a long time.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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