Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider
If it is like my FLH and I think it is ,,you pull off the outer primary the engine's sprocket the clutch pack remember that nut is left hand the nut that holds the clutch pack on to the main shaft remove both sprocket and clutch pack and chain as one unit there's also an adjuster shoe we move that alsoyou then can remove the rotor be careful its stuck on with magnetic force there's two holes which allow you to put small hooks in there pull it straight out don't let it snap back on the shaft or you could break the magnets then there's your stator think there's a couple of screws to hold it in and then just put it back together in reverse order good luck
Posted on Nov 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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To check the STATOR. Turn ignition key switch OFF, then disconnect the voltage regulator connector from alternator stator wiring. THEN connect an ohmmeter set on the RX1 scale with one lead into either of the stator sockets and the other lead to a good ground. And test for continuity - a good stator will show no continuity (0 ohms) across either stator socket - any other reading indicates a grounded stator which must be replaced. THEN remove the ground lead and insert lead it into the other stator socket - the resistance (with ohmmeter still set on the RX1 scale) should be 0.1-0.2 ohms - if the resistance is lower a stator short is indicated. Which means that the stator is damaged and must be replaced. - if the resistance is higher (OL on meter), an open is indicated and again, the stator is damaged and must be replaced. You should check socket 1 to 2 then 1 to 3 then 2 to 3. ( If you have a two wire stator you would check 1 to 2)
Before testing short out the ohmmeter leads against each other and if they do not produce a reading of 0 ohms subtract the reading you do get from any readings you get doing the stator checks in order to get accurate stator circuit readings, otherwise you may have out of range reading due to the internal and/or lead resistance of the ohmmeter.
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