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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bad battery
Don't rely on on whether the bike will start at a gas station to determine if the charging system is working. Get the multimeter out and do a proper test. Should be getting about 14.5 volts @ around 3K RPM. It's too easy of a test to to just skip. If it is charging then start looking for something else. Was the new battery properly charged to begin with? Loose battery connection? I suppose the GPS could be too much but you said that it was dying last november, so I would suspect something else. P.S. you need a properly charged battery to get an accurate reading for the charging test.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: 05 katana 600f no spark!
sounds as if you have an issue with the charging system, try using a volt meter to determine if the bike is charging. To do so you will need to access the battery under the seat, with the bike running hook up the volt meter to the battery terminals, at idle you should have around 11volts when reving you should have around 13volts. If not you may have a bad stator or other electrical issues. good luck
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
SOURCE: My bike, Honda VT-750 AC
Look at this starter relay close, there is a fuse under a black plastic cover, check this fuse for being burnt. Next check the kick stand safety switch, make sure it is in the bracket, tight no loose wires. Next is the clutch safety switch. And last is a neutral safety switch. Here is a manual for you to download. Hope this helps Fix Ya. up. >>>Hondamanual
Posted on Aug 06, 2011
More likely to be your ignition coils. They heat up and expand this can cause an open circuit which will close up again when it has cooled down. Although, a bad charging system may cause this problem. Check the battery voltage with engine switched off ( approx 12 volts) and with the engine running (approx 14 volts) If you are getting 14 volts then your battery is dead, if you aren't, then your charging system has a fault.
Posted on May 06, 2012
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