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Charging problem Ok, this one is gonna be a shot in the dark. My vstar 1100 is having a charging problem. At first, I just thought that it was the battery, so I changed it out. So, after another long ride my bike went dead again and had to push start it. When I got it home and charged the battery I then checked to see that it was holding a charge, and it does at about 12.9. When the bike is started and after it is warmed up, voltage drops to about 12.7v. I was under the impression that at idle it should be between 14-14.9v at idol. I double checked all of my ground points, cleaning each and checked all ground wires for any damage. Looked normal. So I checked the stator at this point and at the OEM plug at the back of the stator, I was getting 39v AC. When the bike was stopped I was getting about 1ohm resistance. A guy at the dealership told me it was a bad stator, so I ordered a new one and installed it. I am still getting the same readings as before. The only other thing I can think of is the rectifier being bad, but I thought when they went bad they put out too much voltage not too little. Any way to test it?? Well, thats it. Hope that someone out there is able to help me. Thanks for reading this.

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More than likely it is the regulator rectifer yes the some times charge to high but not always that is the best bet the origanal stator sounded like it was fine the regulatetors are trickey to test because there are so many power sources on your bike lights,display sensors so on the regulator will more than likley fix your problem

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