Question about 2004 Buell Firebolt XB12R
The battery cables and the battery its self. Have the battery tested or just replace it. Make sure it's the right battery for the bike too as even a small difference will spell a failure.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
A bad battery will cause this. Put the battery on a trickle charger and let it charge until you read 12.6 ? 12.8 volts. Now remove the charger and let it sit overnight. It should still read 12.6-12.8 the next day. If not it is bad. If it is good I would suspect the rectifier is bad. The rectifier converts AC to DC. If it is bad it will burn the regulator out.
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