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Electrical wiring issue

Hey all i have a 05 fireblade, i am having difficulties trying to fix this issue. The connector that connects the battery charger and Rectifier/Regulator is burnt. I bought this bike used and the previous owner said that he put a new stator and regulator last year. Now the issue is when i unplugged the connector its totally burnt from inside and seems the black wire on the charger side is melted too. So i cut the connector but the wires on charger side are too short. So help me what should be done. Should i solder them direct or still add a connector.?
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Hey all i have a 05 fireblade, i am having difficulties trying to fix this issue. The connector that connects the battery charger and Rectifier/Regulator is burnt. I bought this bike used and the previous owner said that he put a new stator and regulator last year. Now the issue is when i unplugged the connector its totally burnt from inside and seems the black wire on the charger side is melted too. So i cut the connector but the wires on charger side are too short. So help me what should be done. Should i solder them direct or still add a connector.?
If you can add pictures, it may help us see what you are seeing. were the wires fried or just the connector?
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Thanks for replying,
I will upload them later today but nostly it was the connecter that was fried and a bit of black wire comming from battery is also melted.
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Re: Electrical wiring issue

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Hey all i have a 05 fireblade, i am having difficulties trying to fix this issue. The connector that connects the battery charger and Rectifier/Regulator is burnt. I bought this bike used and the previous owner said that he put a new stator and regulator last year. Now the issue is when i unplugged the connector its totally burnt from inside and seems the black wire on the charger side is melted too. So i cut the connector but the wires on charger side are too short. So help me what should be done. Should i solder them direct or still add a connector.?
I wouldnt add a connector, Id solder and heat shrink them.

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Thank you .. will do that.!!👍
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Re: Electrical wiring issue

For those who don't have soldering kit, or are too nervous to try soldering, eBay has these great 'heat shrink' connectors that solder themselves by using a hair dryer or heat gun. Very simple and a worthwhile addition to your tool kit:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/100-4-Sol...SA2d9Rxve8gUXQ
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