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i had to buy a used wiring harness off ebay because the stock one had been hacked up by the previous owner well i have everything hooked up and working besides the stator from the harness there are 3 yellow wires with bullet style connectors and the 3 yellow wires coming from the stator have been cut how can i figure out which wires connect to each other
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It doesn't matter. I'd cut out the bullet connectors, slip a piece of shrink tubing over 1 of each wire pair, solder the ends and seal it with the shrink tubing. That's what I did a couple of years ago and they've been fine ever since. Don't bundle them tight together, though. It's good to have air flow between them.

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i had to buy a used wiring harness off ebay because the stock one had been hacked up by the previous owner well i have everything hooked up and working besides the stator from the harness there are 3 yellow wires with bullet style connectors and the 3 yellow wires coming from the stator have been cut how can i figure out which wires connect to each other
It doesn't matter which of the stator wires hook to each of the harness connections .Just make sure all three are clean and have a good solid connection,they are the three ac legs that have to go through the RR to change to DC for your battery charging duties.

And Ironman gave you good advice. I ran mine that way too.no worries about loose connections or heat build up.

There you go,closer to finished than you thought ,Huh?




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