Question about Yamaha FZX 750 Motorcycles
The best place to start is at the battery. with the battery fully charged and connected to the bike. get a voltmeter and in vdc place your meter leads on the battery terminals with the bike off. you should have 12.5-13.0 vdc. now start the bike with the meter leads on the battery terminals and the bike idling you should see around 13 vdc and when you increase the engine rpm you should see as high as 14.5 vdc if you see more then 15vdc you have a bad voltage regulator and if you see less then battery voltage from the first test, then it stands to reason that you have a bad stator. good luck and let me know what you find
Posted on May 20, 2009
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