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I have an 89 Flstc and the connector is bad where the stator wires come through the motor casting to the regulator. Do I have to remove primary and clutch and drive sprocket or is there someway to make these connection from the outside.

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Afraid not. The primary needs to be disasembled. stator is behind motor sprocket.

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VOLTAGE REGULATOR Removal/Installation
Disconnect the negative battery cable
Remove the rear fender inner panel raising the back wheel off the ground, remove the 2 bolts securing it at the bottom, push it up to release it as it clips over a locating tab
Disconnect the voltage regulator lead from the silver post on the main circuit breaker.
Prior to removing the voltage regulator wires, note the routing of the wires through the frame. Note the location of cable straps and tie wraps. The wires must be rerouted in the same path.
After disconnecting any straps, leave them in place on the frame as a reference for installation of the wiring.
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On 2001-on models, Remove the two bolts securing the voltage regulator to the mounting bracket.
Remove the screw and disconnect the ground strap from the mounting bracket. Unhook the wire retainer from the mounting bracket.
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Yes your Sportster has an alternator and it is replaceable. It is located behind the engine sprocket on the left side of the engine in the primary case.

First, let's make sure your alternator is bad. Using a DVOM (digital volt ohm meter) we'll test the entire system. You must have a fully charged battery in the bike to run this test. Connect the red meter lead to the positive post of your battery and the black meter lead to the negative. Put the function selector of the meter in DC VOLTS, 20 VOLTS or greater. Now, start the bike and bring the engine to a fast idle. The meter should read 14.5-15.0 volts. If not, test the alternator.

From the right side of the bike, look across the engine to the primary case just behind the rear cylinder for a wire coming out of the primary. It will have a round plug on it. Unplug the plug. Inside the plug on the primary side, you'll see two metal connectors. These are where we will test your alternator. Since we are testing AC current, it makes no difference which meter lead goes to which metal connector just make sure you're on the alternator side of the wire instead of the regulator side. Put your meter's function selector in AC VOLTS, 50 VOLTS or greater. Start the engine and bring it to high idle. Insert a meter probe into each of the metal connectors. Your meter should read 25 volts or higher.

If it does, your alternator is good and your regulator is the culprit causing your problems. The regulator is located on the frame downtubes just behind the front wheel.

If you want to repair your alternator, Disconnect the battery, drain the primary case and remove the cover. You'll have to take the compensator sprocket, the primary chain, and the clutch assembly off of the bike. Then remove the rotor and your stator is behind the rotor. Remove the stator and replace it with a new one. Reassemble the bike. If you need more specific instructions, please repost.

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Unfortunately you cannot check the regulator portion of the regulator/rectifier. The common failure on these units is the stator itself, which is located in the rear of the motor and requires motor removal to replace. If you haven't done so already, check the stator connector (3 pin connector with yellow wires located near the battery). Often these leads develop resistance and get hot and melt the wires in this area. A repair kit is available from Honda with new wires and connectors. However first I would check the stator to be sure it is ok. You can check resistance between each of the yellow wires. The readings should be fairly equal and should have no continuity to ground. If you have continuity to ground, your stator is bad. You can also check AC output between yellow wires with the motor running, you should get voltage readings from about 20VAC at idle that increase to approximately 60-90VAC as the motor is revved up.
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