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08-10-2008 01:59 PM
asantacruz
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Originally Posted by Sky Rider View Post
The link to the manual is here.
http://www.tocmanufacturing.com/File...nd%20Parts.pdf
Warning, it's a 117 meg file so it will take some time to download.

Your problem sounds more like the ignitin switch. Were your handlebars turned hard right? when the bike stopped? Did you have instrument lights (neutral and oil lights) or was everything dead?
The generator system on our bikes is a weak link but unless the battery was dead, that wouldn't cause the bike to die. Since it started up again, the battery wasn't dead and I don't think at this point it is the stator, Voltage Regulator/Rectifier. (Those are the weak links in the electrical system).
Thanks, and Yes, I was going into a Hard right turn. The Instruments lights were on. I tried the Ignition switch and all that happend was the RPM Needle went clockwise . When I was walking it home, I tried a couple of times to start it and it sounded like the battery was going dead. I just purchased the battery 4 hours earlier and charged it a couple 3 hours at 2 amps. . I thought maybe , it got hot , or maybe. But, like I said , The Bike started fine as soon as I walked it home and waited 10 or 15 minutes.
08-10-2008 01:51 PM
asantacruz
Thanks All

I appreciate all the input from all, I will download the repair manula and look into repalcing the Ignition switch.

And yes, when the Bike turned off, I had the handle bars , hard right , beginning a right turn..
Thanks
08-10-2008 12:07 AM
fergy Yeah, that sounds more like a bad ground or bad contacts in the ignition switch or something like that.
08-10-2008 12:01 AM
Sky Rider The link to the manual is here.
http://www.tocmanufacturing.com/File...nd%20Parts.pdf
Warning, it's a 117 meg file so it will take some time to download.

Your problem sounds more like the ignitin switch. Were your handlebars turned hard right? when the bike stopped? Did you have instrument lights (neutral and oil lights) or was everything dead?
The generator system on our bikes is a weak link but unless the battery was dead, that wouldn't cause the bike to die. Since it started up again, the battery wasn't dead and I don't think at this point it is the stator, Voltage Regulator/Rectifier. (Those are the weak links in the electrical system).
08-09-2008 11:52 PM
asantacruz
Manual and Engine Shuts off

1)Anyone know where I could download a FREE Copy of a Manual for a 1995 Vulcan VN750A11??

2) My Bike suddenly turned off , and the Starter would not work, After fifteen minutes it started as fast as it stopped.
3) Does the bike, have an altenater , or some type of sensor that would make the bike turn off??

Please Help, anyone.

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