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Hi- Does a 2001 suzuki drz 400 have a dry stator or wet?I have a slight crack in the stator cover and oil is leaking from it. -Thanks Glenn

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Should be a wet stator system.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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Hi, Anonymous external oil deposits fall into 3 categories:
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How old is your air filter, if more than 1000miles, try to change it first then check also fuel filter condition. Good?

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My suzuki drz 400 seems to drain the battery and and wont keep any sort of charge, ive even bought a couple new batteries and had the same problem


check that all the wire connections are good, start at the 3 stator leads and follow it to the rectifier and to the battery, also if you have a multimeter, rev the bike up to 3000 revs and hook up the multimeter to the battery (positive to positive and neg - neg), this will give you the charging voltage, should be between 13-15 volts dc, if its not, it could be a bad stator, but is more likely to be the regulator rectifier unit

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