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Honda cbr 600fw not charging or is running off battery as bike died when riding at night with lights on

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Sounds like a regulator...what is the voltage now? try also to trickle charge for about four to five hours...put it back in... if it starts...run the bike up to 4000 rpm and watch the multimeter...it should start to rise to about 14v then go back down to 13v, this means the regulator is doing its job to keep it from overcharging,....if it does all this, then your regulator is good! so its probably a bad battery.

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Need to have stator checked and regulator. May have bad battery but doubt thats the only problem

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