Join Date: Dec 2018
Location: Netherlands, Utrecht
Problems charging the battery
Im new to the forums and was wondering if you guys could help me out with something.
Recently I had troubles starting my VN750 89. I checked the voltage on the battery and it read 11,5V so i bought a charger and charged my battery to about 12,6. It ran fine for about 2 weeks before it woulnd start again. Im sure the battery is fine since its about 1 month old. At 1000RPM the voltage messures 12,3V-12,8V up to 13V at 3000-4000RPM. So im guessing it was the stator I then looked up some videos and read around on the forums and desided to test my stator. all 3 cables read about 1,8-2,0 ohms of resistance and there is no leakage when grounding them. Now i noticed when starting the bike and let it sit at 1000RPM the voltage of the A-B was around 21/23V, B-C also 21/23V but A-C was around 6 to 8V. Does this mean that my stator is bad and I should replace it to solve my charging problems?