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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm thinking your battery is the wrong ah. 8.6 for that type motorcycle is quite low. I would expect around 12 - 14 ah. Actually you should not be draining the battery though. The problem may be in the alternator assy its self. Have you checked all three legs of the charging system coming from the stator? I have found the stator to be the culprit many times in this situation. The bike should not be draining the battery at all if the alternator is charging correctly. What was the oem battery ah that you replaced?
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Sounds like you battery is shot. Could your battery have been exposed to below freezing weather while not fully charged?? If so you likely froze it this winter and have buckled the plates, If that's a possibility replace it.
Posted on May 08, 2009
Honda always grounds the turn signals separately (usually a green wire)not directly to the frame.Not hooking up the running light should not effect anything except forward visibility to other motorists. If you have a two prong flasher relay, go get a cheap flasher relay ($5-$10) and replace it. The only problem I have ever heard of when switching to LED turn signals is a flicker / fast flash instead of a normal slow flash. This is remedied by adding diodes to the wires.
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
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It supposed to be 12V. But to make it sure first. Please use your DC volt meter to check output of your alternator / dynamo. Other wise just remove battery terminal then use bulb 12V DC connected to the wires and start your engine ( use kick starter) and see how your bulb work. If your bulb dimmed at a your average or high rpm then your electricity system is using 6VDC.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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