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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-08-2004, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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Just ordered a MF Batt.

Getting a WestCo soon. I've noticed low charging voltage, and I doubt this is gonna fix it, but it's a start at least. I have seen bad batteries in cars cause low charging voltage, but I can't be that lucky. I've also got a Clymer's manual coming, so I'll be able to trace wiring and figger out what's up. With any luck, I won't need a stator...
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Re: Just ordered a MF Batt.

I am no motorcycle pro, but this may help you. I had a simular problem with mine and it ended up being the junction box. You may want to check into that.

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Re: Just ordered a MF Batt.

The fusebox, or is there another junction somewhere?
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Re: Just ordered a MF Batt.

Like I said, Im no pro, but its a little black box that sits close to the battery. I would have to look at my bike to remember exactly where it sits and I am at work right now.

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Re: Just ordered a MF Batt.

If it's under the left side cover, than I'd assume it's the fuse box. Maybe I'll pull it and see if there's any corrosion or whatnot that could be causing issues.
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Re: Just ordered a MF Batt.

I just got the battery and installed it. It fired right up and ran till warmed up, which is longer than it had in the past, but I don't have my meter here to check voltage, so I'll do that tomorrow.
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