Question about 2000 Harley Davidson FLHR-FLHRI Road king
You'll have to go through all the procedure of changing out your alternator rotor. Then, instead of installing a new stator, you can put that black RTV around the plug that goes in the case and reinsert it into the case. This usually works if the stator is in good shape but I must caution you that if your 2000 model RK has the original stator, the insulation on the wires is probably brittle and will crack when you start messing with it. You might just want to wait until it goes bad or the oil leak gets to bad to live with to mess with it. You'll probably wind up putting a new stator in. Put an OEM stator back in, you'll be better off.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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