Dead in the water.... Need big time advice
Okay, my bike died a few weeks ago at a redlight and I had to get some friends to haul it back to our apartment. When I looked at the
r/r connector it looked burned some, so I ordered another connector from a site that someone recommended. Got that in today and
since this was my first time to splice spade connectors to wires, promptly spent the next 3 hours working on that. Finally got that
taken care of and plugged in to the r/r... Previously I at least had power and could crank the bike on a full charge, but now nothing. No lights no nothing.
Here is how I plugged the wires into the connector that plugs into the r/r. If you were to lay the r/r flat with the fins up the wires are as such
Black/Yellow Brown Brown
Yellow Yellow Yellow
Is this correct?
Next, I pull the fuse box cover off and start pulling fuses. The 30 amp fuse on the 2nd row on the right was blown. Well, from the schematic it looks like
that is the main fuse. All other fuses are fine....
And, to end it all, since I had the left side engine cover off to look at the fuses, I examined the 3 yellow stator wires at the bullet connectors. Well, one of the connectors
was melted and is missing in action... That would explain the lack of continuity in one of the yellow wires at the r/r connector end...
All this said, where in the heck do I start? Should I splice in 2 new bullet connectors to the yellow stator wire, then check for continuity back at the r/r end? Or has any of
this rambling indicated the stator is shot???
I'm now a freakin' mess...
Thank you in advance,
2003 VN750 de-goated
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