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Where is the voltage regulator located on a 1999 v92c cruiser

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TO CHARGE A BATTERY YOUR ALTERNATOR SHOULD BE PUTTING OUT 13.5 TO 14.5 VOLTS. WITH THE BIKE RUNNING TEST THE OUTPUT AT THE BATTERY TERMINALS AND HAVE SOME ONE REV THE BIKE A LITTLE AND SEE IF THE OUTPUT INCREASES , IF NOT I WOULD LEAN TOWARDS THE ALTERNATOR

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Most likely the regulator is faulty - a shorted stator would have effectively killed the voltage.
Yes, the stator connections can be accessed from the outside without serious modifications: they are soldered directly to the cable that goes to the rectifier/regulator. Just measure them with a very good AC voltmeter - the frequency is very high.

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