Question about 1997 Suzuki GSX-R 750 V
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Almost always, your described problem indicates either a fault with the rectifier/regulator (most likely) or the stator (least likely). In some instances, it could be corroded/burned/loose coonections (likely) of the three yellow (usual color) wires from the stator to the regulator.
To check which, determine for the presence of AC on the 3 yellow wires (with the engine running). Then check for the DC voltage at the output of the regulator which goes directly to the battery. At idle, DCV would be about 12.5 + which should go up as the RPM increases.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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