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    '95 SL750: Can a stator be tested when uninstalled?

    I had an incident this past weekend and one of the wires between the control box and the stator shorted frying itself and the insulation off a few of the other wires in the harness. I can replace the wiring as needed but I'm not sure if it fried the stator as well. Can it be tested while unistalled from the engine?

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    Yes it can. Look under the polaris tech section, there should be instructions and specs to use.

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    SeaBee Welcome to the Hulk.
    There is a test that you do with a ohm meter that can be done in the boat. The values are on the schematic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    SeaBee Welcome to the Hulk.
    There is a test that you do with a ohm meter that can be done in the boat. The values are on the schematic.
    Thanks tons for that! The only problem I see (or don't see) is that list states a measurement between the RED/WHITE TO GREEN/RED but I don't see the GREEN/RED wire anywhere on that schematic.

    Or am I missing something... which is always quite possible.

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    Green/red to red/whi should be 490 ohms. I have NEVER had a stator measure between all the specs listed. Usually REALLY close, but it still works fine. Now if something is "open" or WAY off it's bad.

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    Thumbs up

    Okay, so I was able to get my stator off yesterday and I tested it just now and the measurements are very close to those listed in the chart above and in my repair manual I also bought on the weekend!

    Now I just need to replace a few wires in the harness and I should be good to go. The one issue I might have is that I will have to replace two of the wires all the way to the terminal on the inner ring of the stator. This will mean removing some of the potting epoxy. Is it just a standard potting epoxy that I could use or should I be looking for something more specialized? Or should I find an alternator repair shop that could apply a bit of the 'special stuff' for me when I'm done repairing the harness?

    Thanks so far for all the great information and assistance!

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    No idea. I never even knew it was called potting epoxy.

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