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1997 trx 250 honda.Im rewiring a new plug on the stator,all were color coded except for the 3 yellow wires coming out of the stator.Does it matter which yellow wire goes where? Without dismantling the stator, there isnt anyway to tell.3 solid yellow.The exciter coil and pulsar coil were color coded.The motor was on fire and burnt the plug so Im splicing in another wire and plug to the existing wires coming out of the stator.Im wondering if it matters since they were not color coded differently.Any help would be greatly appreciated. Im guessing it does matter but Im hoping not so I do not have to take it all apart.Thanks
Hi the three yellow are all the same, they are the alternator wires, are connected to a common star point, so will not matter as long as they are going to the 3 yellow on the other side of the plug.
As a quick test of the stator, any pair of these yellow should produce the same resistance, none of them should have continuity to ground, and any pair with the engine running should produce similar AC voltage, maybe 40-50v
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