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NOT CHARGING.. WE HAVE A 1991 YAMAHA FZR 600 AND WE USED A ADVANCE AUTO TESTER ON THE BIKE RUNNING TO SEE IF THE BIKE IS CHARGING.THE BATTERY IS NEW AND CHARGED BEFORE PUTTING IN THE BIKE.THE TESTER IN SAYING THAT THE ALT. IS NOT CHARGING.BUT WHEN THE BIKE IS AT IDLE THE 3 LITTLE LIGHTS ON THE TESTER IS DIME. BUT WHEN I IDLE THE BIKE UP THE LIGHTSS GET BRITER BUT THE TOP 3 LIGHTS STILL DONT LIGHT UP. JUST THE BOTTOM 3 LIGHTS ON THE TESTER.DO YOU THINK THE REG/RICKER FIRE IS BAD.THANKS

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I dont know about using and tester for autos is going to give a correct reading for your problem i suggest you get a volt ohm meter and check the stator and regulator/ rectifier.

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