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if you are getting 50 to 60 volts ac between any two and of the three yellow leads coming out of your stator and this means voltage between any and all combination of two of three yellow leads coming from the stator .Ohms are inconclusive, but if you want to check I think that the book said 3to 5 ohms through any set of windings between any two yellow wires from the stator,mine read 7 oms and it charges fine.you can set your meter to continuity, it should have a picture of a horn or bell if it has an audible tone feature,check from each lead from the stator to a known good ground source ,engine case next to stator and your meter should show OL indicating the stator is not shorted to ground.If these tests are as come out normal.just hook your meter up to the positive post and the negative post on your battery and check battery voltage ,after determining your battery is charged start your bike and rev it to around 3000 RPM it should climb to around 14v, if not, and your stator checked out good,you have a problem with the rectifier circuit or the rectifier itself.I believe someone explained earlier how to check the rectifier.Since all this started when your head light quit working and you had to bypass the headlight control module,is it possible this was the cause of your original problem and the headlight not working, was an effect, not the cause of your problems,I would highly suspect the junction box area because it is the one thing the charging and head light circuits have in common,Just giving you some thing to think on ,Denny
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