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My 2001 honda cbr 929 motorcycle is over charging? the bike runs great but it over charged the battery till it was hot. it also swelled and leaked acid? it was an oem sealed battery. didnt blow any fuses thow? could the voltage regulator be letting it over charge or do i have another problem?? also, the cbr 929 and cbr 954 motorcycles appear to have the exact same voltage regulator and wires except for one wire. the 954 has an extra black wire. what is this wire for? will the cbr 954 voltage regulator work on my cbr 929?? if so what do i do with the extra black wire? thanks!!

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Replace the voltage regulator before it kills the rest of the system.

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  • specialistel Mar 21, 2011

    As far as the extra wire is concerned, it should have a neutral coloured connector of four pins and likewise of 3 pins. The latter comes from thew altenator.


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