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Will over filling primary cause stator/rotor to malfunction?

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  • gbob59 Apr 10, 2015

    Hi Kevin Capel, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

  • Kevin Capel Apr 10, 2015

    1991sportster not charging. ..son over filled primary was working fine beefore ..ran for couple of day s then had to push start.don't want to do that to many times...battery fine.. not trying to blame him ..checked stator not putting out..could have just went bad..but if over filling could have caused problem maby cleaning it could fix?

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No Malfunction how?

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  • Kevin Capel Apr 10, 2015

    1991sportster not charging... was working fine ..son overfilled primary wondering if it could of mess srator up .? If so can I get away with cleaning or is it shot...

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SOURCE: can i change the stator

You should be as Harley has redesigned the inner primary to allow this to be done.

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SOURCE: how often do the stator rotors go bad. could the rotor be causing my problems?

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