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Where does the regulator/rectifier plug into. On 1996 Kawasaki vn1500D

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  • Bill Rowe
    Bill Rowe Jul 29, 2015

    It actually plugs in on left side of bike under the cover by gear shift.



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Plugs into main harness, up in under fuel tank.

Posted on Nov 25, 2014

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  • Bill Rowe
    Bill Rowe Nov 26, 2014

    It looks like the wire /plug end is going to left side where stator is located. Could this be possible?

  • Morax Nov 26, 2014

    not being able to sees exactly, yes should be, and it should also be color coded one way plug in,two wires.

  • Bill Rowe
    Bill Rowe Nov 26, 2014

    Ok. So I'll have to remove left side chrome case cover and plug ends should be in there? Is there somewhere a person can find schematic of inside for reference?



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