Question about 1987 Yamaha YX 600 Radian
You can use a volt meter across the battery with bike running should charge at 13.5-16V range when you rev it. If there is only battery voltage check the 3 wires coming into the voltage regulator, they are from the alternator and switch to AC voltage scale , connect neg lead to ground, hot lead to any wire--should be around 35 VAC. If not you have fried the stator, probably due to shorted wire somewhere it is not fused, check wire to starter solenoid , wires from alternator where they go through the case , on chain bikes usually where chain has rubbed through.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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