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The rectifier convers AC current to DC current by blocking the wrong polarity of charge from the altenator allowing the correct polarity charge to enter the battery and run the electrical stuff on your bike. If the rectifier or Diode Pack fails, you will not be able to charge your battery and if it is short circuit will flatten the battery very quickly. There should be some form of regulator after the rectifier that stops the battery from being over charged.
Hope this explains it for you.

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