Question about 2003 Honda CBR 600 RR
If when you re charge the battery it comes back full power and starts the bike no problem then it has to be the stator circuit somewhere from stator to the battery to test this you need special meters and bucket loads of experience even mechanics usually pass electrical issues on to someone else!
sorry I would only suggest taking somewhere to diagnose this one unless you a master electrician?
One thing could be worth a shot is when a battery continually gets drained and recharged they generally end up toasted in very short time and your engine will have more cranking compression when all warmed up so will need the best battery power to re start. could be worth changing the battery and testing this theory - I would highly recommend new battery even if you get the charge issue fixed as you don't get many re charges out of them any way!
Posted on May 23, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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