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1978 GS 750 E: battery will not charge...

Battery will not charge

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The charging system on this bike had an inherent problem of frying electronic components because the voltage was unregulated. There are new after-market rectifiers available which solve the problem. Price is around $100-

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If it takes a charge off the bike on the bench, (if not replace it) check your fuses.If you still cant run it, the volt regulator (rectifier) may be bad.

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    Just take it to someone that will charge you to fix it, you could be more helpfull with a better discription of what you have done or tried already. We have to start somwhere,but if you must torch the ratings go ahead........i will just quit trying to help the ungreatfull!!!

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Usually they take 3 1/3 qts. Just add 3 and watch till it full with the last bit of oil. Then start the bike and let idle for 5 seconds to fill the oil filter. Let it sit for a couple minutes and recheck the oil level and add more if needed.

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