Question about 1996 Yamaha Royal Star XVZ 1300 A
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Follow the wire from the stator/alternator to the regulator.
Look for a capacitor / can type electronic device.
The capacitor is liquid fill.
It will pop,leak dry up and fail over time.
A failing stator and regulator can also leak out small amount of AC current after the regulator.
MSD has a nice unit HERE
If you has old car then you may see this capacitor with the point kit. It's a capacitor to filter out engine alternator noise.
You may find it in any point kit.
Radio Shack will has a wide selection of cap.
You has to find the right uf value to do the job.
1000uf 36V is a good start. Work you way up and down in uf value to filter out the noise.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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