500 G.P. Champion
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: kalispell, mt
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first up, cleaning. clean your terminals, clean your, contacts, clean you connectors, clean your fuses, clean clean clean clean. clean until you know that you have low resistance reliable connections from your battery to your wiring, and charging system.
then get the bike started and test your charging system.
does it have enough voltage. (14 volts or so)
if yes, figure out if you fixed your problem.(if your problem comes back go over your wiring with a fine comb, look for something causing problems.)
if no, start on the charging system.(regulator, rectifier, coils)
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