Question about kawasaki ZX-6R Motorcycles
Sounds like the regulator/rectifier has failed. you need to check that you are getting 13.5 14.8 volts at the battery when bike is running, higher means failed unit and under means same. you need a diode tester to measure reg/rectifier and will also need to check stator output with multi meter on AC, should get 60-100 volts when bike revved with stator wire unplugged from regulator.
best solution is to take to your local shop and get them to perform these and other tests to confirm as electrical parts are generally not returnable once purchased as very easy to damage if put into a bike with other charging system faults
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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