1985 1200 LTD burn stator


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1200ltd
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1985 1200 LTD burn stator

Postby 1200ltd » Thu Jul 02, 2015 5:21 am



Hello all!
Why my 1200 LTD burning stator? I have changed the stator twice and regulator once. Stator three conductors heats up when I start the engine.
Wingman to Finland.



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redial
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Re: 1985 1200 LTD burn stator

Postby redial » Fri Jul 03, 2015 4:58 am

Sorry I am unable to assist except to bump the issue to the top again.
Len in Kapunda

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Re: 1985 1200 LTD burn stator

Postby virgilmobile » Fri Jul 03, 2015 2:52 pm

Unplug the rectifier/regulator module...It is the direct connection to the 3 yellow Stator or wires.Test with a ohm meter the 3 yellow wires and battery negative..there should be no continuity..With the R/R module disconnected and the engine running,the yellow wires shoule no longer get hot.The rectifier/regulator module may be bad and can be tested of each of its 6 internal diodes...It must also have a good connection to ground and the battery power...The small black wire is switched ignition.
Those 3 yellow wires do provide AC power to the R/R module...each wire must carry about 125 watts of power...somewhere around 7 amps AC WHEN OPERATING NORMALLY.


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