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750 gxxr will not stay charged

Give it a jump and it runs for about 4 hours or even sits until I try to run it thenit shuts off as soon as I put it into gear and release the clutch. I recharge and the pattern repeats--- have any ideas?

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The voltage regulator/diodes is not working, stator wiring loose or fuse blown from reverse polarity

use a voltmeter to check if is charging
not run voltage to run voltage
NOTE full charged battery is 12.6v
would need min. 13.5v when running

or

disconect battery after is stated to see if runs?

if keeps running is OK

if not then check charging system.

if runs an still stalls when placed in gear?
trouble with kickstand safety switch

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