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Yamaha vmax 1200cc

My motorbike Yamaha 1200cc VMAX unable to start after changing new battery.. What is the possible cause. Appreciate your good advise and help.

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Are you sure posts are right on new barrery.make sure kill switch wasn't bumped,and in neutral.thats where id start.any small fuses blown when you hooked up cables.hope this helps.

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Sounds like regulator/rectifier, stator, or charging rotor.

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SOURCE: How to take off a yamaha vmax 1200cc 1991 starter

The easiest way is to first drain all of the antifreeze. Use a clean container, because you can re-use it later if it is not too old. Then remove the radiator, and then remove the thermostat cover. (you will need to un-do all of the hoses to do this.) The the starter will be reasonably easy to get to. It took me about 45 minutes to do this on mine. As a side note. If it is starting slowly when hot, I found that if you dis-assemble the starter and take some sand paper (about 300 grit) to the brushes and the part of the stator that they rub on, it will solve the problem without buying a new starter. I hope this helps.

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you mean v max 1200? Losen rear wheel, align with a straight bar. Make sure the drive shaft spin freely

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Could be a stuck thermostat or bad temperature switch preventing the cooling fan from turning on.

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SOURCE: where is battery on yamaha vmax 2007

open your seat like your going to fill the gas tank. on the side of the seat is 2 screws one on each side. take out the screws and remove the seat. you will see two round coils. remove the 2 spark plugs wires on the coils. unscrew the two nut head screws on the bottom towards the back of the bike and pull the coils carefully back and theres your battery. make sure to remove the acid over flow hose and reconnect it when your done. do the opposit to put is back together

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