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My Cbr f3 600 95 has stopped holding charge relay got very hot and the three yellow wires to it. The next morning it holds charge but the 3 yellow wires still got hot. What does this mean?

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Hi the reg needs replacing its job is to transfer excess power into heat and loose it through the frame if its getting too hot it's not working properly. Before you replace chech charging rate with volt meter you should get 13.5-14 volts at 4,000 rpm.

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Ther is a short to ground in that area.
Power is going straight to ground.

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Replace the voltage regulator before it kills the rest of the system.

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