I think I need to replace the stator in my 2014 R3T.
I've tested the grey rectifier clip and have shorts to ground, so I am pretty sure that is a bad stator. Should I be checking for anything else before I consider replacing the stator?
Does anyone have the tool for the alternator puller PN T3880200
I don't want to cough up 70 bucks for a new one... there's a second tool PN T3880201 that's not needed but would be nice to have as well. Will purchase or pay for shipping. Thanks for reading!
Has anyone got a picture of the puller tool used to remove the alternator..
I have to split my crankcase, and need to make a tool to remove the alternator..
looks like a rounded off bolt?? the spares manual isn't detailed enough but I'm sure I can make one if I can see a decent pic of one...
Voltage regulator tested bad, replaced, still no charge.
New full battery,
the service manual tells how to check ACV output which proved to be in spec, BUT.., a grounded stator will show good ACV output until loaded. As soon as you are connected and running you are loading the stator. Thus dim...
I was trying to track down a electrical bug. At about 3200RPM I am reading 13.25 at the battery. This is after the bike has been running on idle for about 5 minutes.
Most of the bikes I have been familiar with put out about 14 to 14.5 VDC
Have you had your alternator off yet?? In the middle of the upgrade kit and need to know how to release the taper lock on the stator once the bolt is removed. There is another "special" tool that looks like the same bolt with maybe a pointed end and a shoulder. What have you used??? Thanks for...
Is it common or not, that is the Question: This applies to a particular segment of the population of Captains and only those that have the OEM auxiliary lights. Does anyone with such lights have an indication of alternator overload (dimming with RPM variances).