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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    ... since you disconnected it anyways, the Yellow stator wire should measured full battery voltage (12.4 volts in your case). Since it does not, either the stator coil is bad or the Red/Purple stator wire has become disconnected from battery power.

    Find that specific Red/Purple wire [from the stator]. If it is indeed still connected to battery voltage then the stator charging coil has failed
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    It is possible that both the stator coil and the LR module have failed.

    But first letís check whether the stator coil is even connected to battery power at the Red/Purple end.

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    Hi. The red puprle wire coming from the stator goes to a female bullet connector that has another red purple wire in it, NO male bullet. It measure 12.4 volts. The second red/purple wire goes to a rectangular shaped box that has "15A G21", "AC 250V" and "DC 28V" printed on it. There is a red or maybe red/white wire coming out of the rectangular box. Hard to tell the color for sure as it goes under the circuit board immediately. The red wire also measures 12.4 volts.

    Going back to the original yellow wire: The female receptacle coming from the LR505 measures 12.4 volts unconnected. It then measure 11.8 volts when connected to the yellow male spade. Is the loss due to the stator "draining" it? The yellow then connect to 2 other yellow wires. Thanks again for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdt View Post
    Hi. The red purple wire coming from the stator goes to a female bullet connector that has another red purple wire in it, NO male bullet. It measure 12.4 volts. The second red/purple wire goes to a rectangular shaped box that has "15A G21", "AC 250V" and "DC 28V" printed on it.

    There is a red ... wire coming out of the rectangular box. Hard to tell the color for sure as it goes under the circuit board immediately. The red wire also measures 12.4 volts.


    Going back to the original yellow wire: The female receptacle coming from the LR505 measures 12.4 volts unconnected. It then measure 11.8 volts when connected to the yellow male spade. Is the loss due to the stator "draining" it? The yellow then connect to 2 other yellow wires. Thanks again for the help.
    The bolded text is all normal configuration and voltages.

    My conclusion is that the magneto stator charging coil is open circuit = failed.

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    The red/pur going to the stator will go through an 8 pin connecter. Make sure you have 12v on the stator side of that connecter.
    That is the supply for the charging system portion of the stator. And with the engine not running you should measure 12 on the yellow wire leaving the stator as described. ( with LR not connected )


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