Question about 2003 Honda CB 600 Hornet F
Purchasing the tester and required adaptor for your bike is not an economically feasible way to go - especially if you're going to use it just one time. The replacement voltage regulator is expensive enough.
What I would do is let the dealer replace whatever part of the electrical system they deem necessary to correct the problem. That way, if they are wrong in their diagnosis, it's on them - and you aren't eating any un-needed electrical parts.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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