Installed the new R/R and charged and filled the battery with fluids. installed the battery and R/R in place, started the bike, and voltage is 12.82 really low i would say, I installed a brand new stator last week from this date, rode once (sunday) died on me sunday night when i got home so i thought its the R/R battery is semi new, i really dont know what else is going on, im ready to kick this POS bike really,
About testing the R/R and Stator, Im not sure if im even doing it right thats why i try to post videos instead but no one seems to respond, im really clueless, im thinking of removing the stator and check it, and return it for warranty.
really guys, help me out, prior on testing the electrics, im confused. really i need help, im despereate.
Pictures or videos will help out alot , As in ALOT.
You had 12.82V with the engine running before you replaced the stator. What voltage did you have after you replaced it?
12.7V with the engine running?adter replacing the old stator with the new one it read 14.75v after a good sunday ride when i got home, I checked the battery voltage with a voltmeter and it read 12.7v so im not sure if the stator was fried again? (this is a brand new one btw)
i bought a new R/R and installed it,
I dont know if my stator is fried again, i checked wires comeing from the stator i get 1.4 Ohms i think. manual said should be max of 1.0 ohms. is my stator fried?
on the R/R i dont know how to check this one but its brand new, just got it today
I cant make out your settings on the tester. No matter, it is not reading correcty. With the two test leads connected, it should give a reading of 000 (no Ohms resistance) with a decimal point in there somewhere. On my fluke, infinity (no leads connected) shows 100 M (meg ohms, milions of ohms resistance). A cheap meter will differ, I am presuming the 1 showing is the equivalent of infinity.
Look at your resistance settings, there will usuall be a high and a low Ohms setting on cheaper analogue meters.
You cant do any testing untill you can get the meter to read properly.
If you could post up a clear photo of the front of your meter it will help in getting you set up properly.