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How do I check ignition modular on 2000 dyna ? My bike will not turn over, have new coil regulator, stator, was running good now it won,t start?

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If not turning over check for power at green wire plugged into starter / selinoid rt side. when you have key on & start button pushed. & when you push button do you hear relay click..if not check fuze,, I have got good help on the forum.. harleytalking.com .. good luck..

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How to check charging


If your battery is not good even though you might get a surface charge that is okay it will likely not charge sufficiently to operate the starter and other electrical systems of the bike.

The connection where the alternator stator wires plug into the regulator could be corroded/dirty and need to be cleaned and sprayed with electrical contact cleaner and protected with dielectric grease because corroded wires going to the battery or alternator from the stator or the regulator will affect the ability of the charging system to properly charge a battery.

Initially check the voltage with a voltmeter across the battery posts at about 2000 rpm. If it is between about 14.3 and 15 VDC it is charging okay If it is above 15 VDC you have an overcharging problem which is not being properly controlled by the regulator. If it is charging at less than that you could check the regulator ground first by running a wire from the regulator frame or body directly to the battery negative post and if that does not increase the charging voltage then the ground is okay so next you could check the stator integrity.

To check the STATOR. Turn ignition key switch OFF, then disconnect the voltage regulator connector from alternator stator wiring. THEN connect an ohmmeter set on the RX1 scale with one lead into either of the stator sockets and the other lead to a good ground. And test for continuity - a good stator will show no continuity (0 ohms) across either stator socket - any other reading indicates a grounded stator which must be replaced. THEN remove the ground lead and insert lead it into the other stator socket - the resistance (with ohmmeter still set on the RX1 scale)should be 0.1-0.2 ohms - if the resistance is lower a stator short is indicated. Which means that the stator is damaged and must be replaced. - if the resistance is higher (OL on meter), an open is indicated and again, the stator is damaged and must be replaced. You should check socket 1 to 2 then 1 to 3 then 2 to 3.
Before testing short out the ohmmeter leads against each other and if they do not produce a reading of0 ohms subtract the reading you do get from any readings you get doing the stator checks in order to get accurate stator circuit readings, otherwise you may have out of range reading due to the internal and/or lead resistance of the ohmmeter.

May 30, 2014 | 2003 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide

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Testing voltage regulator


ENGINE OFF,UNPLUG the regulator, test continuity from each conductor to ground on the stator, if you have continuity STATOR IS SHORTED... if you test voltage OUTPUT at the stator, it should be around ten volts AC! NOT DC! per thousand RPM... THEN use a 12 volt test lite from regulator leads to ground, if ANY light happens at either lead, BAD regulator

Aug 02, 2012 | 2002 Harley Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide

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1979 xlch sportster....getting power to everything but no spark out of coil. brand new coil and tested to be good. anything helps. this bike has kickstart only and has dyna s electronic ignition. plz help


Take the plugs out of the heads, put them back in the wires, and lay the plugs on the heads so that they have a good ground. Turn the ignition on and then turn it back off. When you turn the ignition switch off, you should see a spark. If you do, then something is wrong with the ignition unit. If you do not see a spark, you have a bad coil or a wiring problem. You can also do this test by "hot wiring" the coil. Any tine you put 12 volts to the coil then stop it, you should get a spark.

Good luck
Steve

Apr 14, 2011 | 1979 Harley Davidson XLH 1000 Sportster

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Regulator..battery in good condition..not charging when running


Check the stator first. Remove the stator to regulator plug on the left side front of the engine. Test for ground short between the pins and engine case. There should be infinate resistance between pin and ground If there is any continuity, replace the stator. If the resistance test is good, check vor voltage. Start the bike and run up to 2000 RPM. There should be at least 60V AC at across the pins. If either of these tests fail, replace the stator. If these tests are good and it isn't charging, replace the regulator. Good luck.

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Battery wont hold a charge. put new battery same problem. when i recharge it battery is drained after roughly 5 starts.


stator needs to be replaced, works just like a alternator, if you ever banged it or dropped the bike then you have a busted stator. easy to fix but might run you about $70-$90 bucks for a new one.

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Bike hasn't been running for months. change of owner. low batt. Boosted off truck. All four cable leads conected, ''truck to bike'',truck started, main fuse blows: 1-stator coil de-magnitized ...


First of all, when boost starting a bike from a auto make sure the auto is NOT running. The auto battery has more than enough power all by itself.

The most likely is 4) None of the above. The truck's charging system put more than 30 amps into the bike's electrical system and blew the fuse.

Get a new bike battery and fully charge it. Then go from there. If you really want to see if the bike will run before buying a new battery go ahead and hook up the cables to the truck battery and try it with the truck off.

A faulty alternator/regulator/rectifier should have no effect on the bike actually starting or turning over. Only the output of the charging system would be affected, possibly causing the bike to die when the cables are removed. My '78 Honda would not run at all without battery power, not sure if the Kawasaki is the same or not.

Jul 20, 2009 | 1979 kawasaki KZ 1300 A1

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I have a 2000 yzf that will not Fire.


The stator is a magnet that passes over coils. This generates the electrical current that is then amplified by the coil to create a spark. yes the stator is needed to create the fire.

Jul 03, 2009 | 2004 Yamaha YZ 250 F

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2003 dyna ignition breaking down


It never hurts to check your grounds, they have a habit of loosening up. It sounds like either the voltage regulator or the stator is failing to me. If you can get it to fail at home take a multi-meter and get a reading on the stator, I don't know the values on a dyna, but you should get a reading at idle and it should climb as you rev the motor. When my sporster did this it turned out to be the stator.

Jun 19, 2009 | 2003 Harley Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide

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Bike running rough 96 Wide Glide


check plugs and wires, also coil my be weak, sometimes a bad ground will cause this also and weak battery. I've had these problems before on my older Harleys that I built

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