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Battery not charging

Battery is not charging when bike in running battery shows full voltage & voltage comes down after bike turns off. what should be done...?

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It shows full voltage while running because its circulating the power. If its not charging, depending on the bike you have, its the stator or regulator. These are basically the alternators for bikes. Just take it to a shop and theyll usually check it for free. It will just drain the battery everytime you run it until you get those replaced

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