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My bike will start a run fine with a jump start but when done riding and try to start the next day noy charge. again starts right up and runs perfect. no stall or nothing not sure how to identify which electrical component it is the stator regulator. relay fuse i just dont know. thanks so much

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Hi first advice i would give,is not to run the machine wth a discharged battery when the battery is in a state of discharge electrical items such as Expensive cdi ignition units can become faulty due to overcharging, the most likely reason is the battery itself, if you havenot replaced this, then do so now, secondly thr regulator rectifier, this alows power to travel only 1 way while at the same time converting AC to DC, faulty rectifiers alow voltage to travel from the rectifier in the wrong direction causing the battery to discharge,

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The first thing I would check is the battery. Do a check with a volt meeter and make sure you have 12.5 volts. Then do a load test to see what the CCA's are. If you have a dead cell you can have full volts but not enough CCA's to start the bike. Also check all ground cables and for corrosion.

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