Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: lower mexifornia
Re: Stator or battery going bad...
Its all gonna be in the manual.
The rectifier is probably the easiest one. Id take care of that one first just to get it out the way. Unbolt it and lift the gas tank to remove the airbox. Its held down by a bunch of screws on the edge of the black airbox IIRC. Itll give you access to the wires that lead off from the rectifier. Then use a multimeter to test out the connections mentioned in the service manual.
The stator will work the same way, except youre gonna need to test it with a different setting of course, and with the bike turned on. You need both readings at idle and at around 4 or 5k rpm.
Keep us posted.
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