Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Jacksonville fl
What i would do before i try to start the bike again is check the continuity of the stator and associated wiring, I would do this at the R/R connector so it also checks condition of the wires inside the harness. So disconnect the R/R connector, the stator bullet connectors and the 10 pin connector on the Junction box since one of the stator leads is spliced and goes to that for the operation of the headlight relay. Now were going to check continuity between the 3 yellow wires at the R/R connector, there should not be any continuity between them. Also check each wire to ground, again there should not be any continuity to ground. Then at the bullet connectors (stator side) check continuity between each of the yellow wires, the reading should be near .5 to 2 ohms. Then check each of the wires to ground, they should read an open If these reading are bad I would say the Stator is defective. Now connect back up the bullet connectors and do your stator readings again from the R/R connector they should be the same as the readings when you checked them from the bullet connectors. If everything reads good hook everything back up and check the voltage at the battery with the bike running, reading should be battery voltage at idle and when up on the RPM the voltage should increase to near 14 VDC if higher then 15VDC you probably have a bad R/R. Question what are the color of the wires damaged behind the left cover? Solid yellow wires are stator wires.
Last edited by ifixf18s; 06-06-2011 at 05:08 PM.