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2007 Honda VT125C Shadow blowing smoke through breather

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SOURCE: 2007 Honda Shadow Aero blows dash,warning light,

try changing the voltage regulator as its running out of controle the charger is over charging and you will boile the battery as well, its all down to the voltage regulator not doing its job right,,,easy fix? buy a new one but get the heavy duty reg and put some heat sink creem on the back of it so the heat can soke away into the frame fast that way they live longer
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Sounds like a bent shift fork or two. Replacing the bad shift forks is major surgery and is NOT recommended for the inexperienced mechanic. Several special tools are needed. The top end and gearbox get totally torn down just to get to the shift forks. This is a very expensive repair, guessing $2100 or so at the dealers. Bummer. Contact a few dealers to cofirm my view of the problem and the probable repair cost. The shift forks move left and right as the shift drum is rotated when you lift or push down on the shift pedal.
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