The two wires with infinity are broken?
edit: >>> Somebody check me on this. Thorn, Tony, MTB .. anyone. I've struggled with the definition of 'infinity' in this sense lately.
Experts say infinity to ground on a stator test is good. Meaning no connection to ground.
So infinity on the wire test means no connection?
My Meter only shows OL, Open Loop, have not seen ∞ , the infinity symbol.
Yeah, open loop is the same as infinite resistance. No current is passing between the two leads.
There should be infinite resistance between each of the stator leads and the bike frame/ground, and the resistance between each stator lead to any other stator lead should be roughly the same as any other pair.
I took a peek at the online manual's ohm test chart for the R/R, and it appears that there is a typo, and the row/column labels have the +/- designations REVERSED from what they should read. You should be able to get a reading when connecting the positive test lead to an AC pin, and the negative test lead to the Battery pin. Current should not flow the opposite direction, so positive to Battery and negative to AC pin would be OL/infinite resistance.
For what it's worth, the Haynes manual does not include a version of the R/R ohm test chart, and says that standard ohmmeters are prone to give false readings, and that a special Kawasaki tester is needed. Possibly the regulator shunting circuit can do some unexpected things when not being properly powered on the AC side? *shrug* Anyway, be aware of R/Rs testing as failed when they may actually still be good? Maybe?