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I cahnged the stator and rectifer and battery but

I changed the stator and rectifer and battery but still drains do i check the stator n r/r

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Ck at the battery with a voltmeter in series onthe Positive cable.A drain is use of the power. chking coils, rectifiers or the stator will not disclose or causeor effect.
Chk your charging rate. it should be between 13.6 and 14.2v Make sure your emergency shutdoqn is not left in off postion when not in use.. Off, meaning kill engine.
Good Luck. Remove the battery and wash it thoroughly with baking soda being sure not to get any inside.

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