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My battery light is staying on and the battery goes flat really quick. what could cause this could it be a faulty battery

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You have a bad stator, or rect/reg. Take it to a shop and ask them to check your charging system at the battery. If it does not go over 12.5+ volts they need to check the stator output. If the stator is good, replace the rect/reg. Chaz Moto DC

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