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My battery keeps dying on the daytona 955i , the EML is on , but this has only happened since saturday after I washed the bike , do you think this is a coincidence , anyway , whare is the alternator on the bike and is it easy to change

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Alternator is behind the left hand engine cover and the rectifier/regulator is located beneath the rear bodywork on the right hand side.
Check the regulator first as it may have got wet.

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I have the same problem with my Triumph Tiger. How do we test the rectifier/regulator ?
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The first response is incorrect as to the alternator location. In 2002 when the Daytona got a design revamp, the alternator was dropped and the bike now uses an internal "stator".

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