How to Test a Stator?

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All of the wires that come from a stator are related to each other and read according to color, for example you can read a set of coils as one white wire in relation to another white wire. Check out this site for specifics for conducting a stator test. www.atvsource.com
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To test a stator you will need to have a multimeter. Test the Ohmz reading across the connection. The alternator has to stay connected when testing a stator.
You can test a stator using various ways in order to establish if it is faulty. You should start by checking the connections if they are right. There are times that they may melt and cause problems on your stator. Before testing your stator, you should disconnect the wires on the left side. Use an AC voltmeter to test your stator. You should measure the resistance all the three phases on your stator. If you are not sure about the process, you should call in a technician to do it for you.
To test a stator (stationary part of a rotor system), a multimeter and measuring battery will be required to see if a charge is being accepted by the alternator.
To test a stator you would need a multimeter. This will enable you to measure the battery voltage. On a bike the first time you test should be around 12 volt and the next test should show 13-14.
The easiest way to test a Stator is to test the alternator to see if it is charging. You will need a Multimeter. Do not test the alternator with the bike running. You should show 12 volts on the Multimeter. Turn on the bike, check it again. The meter should be reading 13 to 14.5. If your alternator meets these numbers, than your Stator is fine.
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1. Remove the stator's power connector from the switch. Turn on your multimeter and set it to 200 ohms. 2. Bring both the negative and positive leads of your multimeter into contact
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Since you have changed the voltage regulator and the the battery is good and the wiring fine then it has to be the stator. I have seen stators test ok and then remove them to find
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Here's a video tutorial by Rick's Motorsport Electrics that will show you how to test a motorcycle stator. http://ricksmotorsportelectrics.com/motorsport-video-tips.php.
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I had the same problem with my 900 that I just bought, the regulator was fried, so the local kaw shop replaced it with a new one off internet, then it promptly fried the new one,
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