Question about 2001 Suzuki DR-Z 400 SE
I can't quite tell what your problem is.
It sounds like you are saying the bike is heating.
But I don't know if you mean from friction of something rubbing, or if you mean you have a short and the wiring is melting?
Either is quite possible.
Here is a good example of how to change a Suzuki stator.
But the rectifier diodes must also be in good shape first.
You can check them with an ohmmeter, to see that current only passes one way and not the other.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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