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There is power coming into the power transformer and 30 volts coming out. The battery could be bad. It is a 3 volt battery and tests at 1.26 volts. I know it will not There is power coming into the power transformer and 30 volts coming out. The battery could be bad. It is a 3 volt battery and tests at 1.26 volts. I know it will not work it the battery is bad, but I tested the pins going to the battery and there is just a few milivolts going the battery. How much voltage should be going to the battery?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2007 Boulevard C90T - Battery
I have a 2006 C90T and had the exact same issues. I have no great solution for you other than to tell you that in my case it turned out to by the stator. This is one of the only known reliability issues with this bike. With the regulator and stator setup on the standard C90 the stator is basically 'running' all the time due to the type of regulator/rectifier. What myself and many other have done is to replcae the regulator with Cycle Electric CE602 (made for Dynaglide Harley). This type reduces the load to the stator hopefully extending the life of the stator. The CE602 is much larger than the stock one and will have to be relocated. All my power issue went away once upgrading to a better charging system. To be sure though I would get it into a shop to have them test it right.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
Yes the horn should sound when connected directly to a power 6volt dc power supply like a battery, the power supply to the horn on a dt250 is the same supply as the brake light and indicator relay, the supply is constant when the ignition is on, the horn button then completes the circuit by earthing the horn out when pressed, simple test on the bike connect live wire to horn, using a length of wire earth out the other pole on the horn to a clean part of the frame, and the horn should sound
Posted on Apr 23, 2011
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