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Battery drains while riding

Changed stator and r/r and when im riding the battery still dies...

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Honda's are known for Regulator Rectifier faults, this sounds like the right sort of symptoms

Posted on Mar 05, 2015

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SOURCE: the battery continues to die it will not recharge

it happened to me and it was the light bulb. someone had changed for a super bright blue. make sure there is no non standard electrical equipment on the bike. Also you only get a year to 18months out of a battery for this bike.

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SOURCE: wont recharge the battery when riding and gauges

I could be realted to the Stator, but much more likely diodes or regulator. It sounds like you are running on battery alone. You need 13.8 to 14,5 volts at the battery at 2000 rpm. I suspect that you have 12.x, and are not charging...

Posted on Mar 06, 2011

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SOURCE: my battery keeps draining empty

I'd look at the regulator/rectifier

Posted on Feb 26, 2012

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