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You need to measure AC voltage (you will see 0 DC) across the three pairings of white wires from the stator.
1- charge the battery with an external charger for at least 24 hours.
2-measure across each of the 3 pairings of three stator white wires DISCONNECTED from the regulator - should be well above 15VAC each when above idle.
3-plug back into regulator - should not drop much in voltage - if it drops a lot the stator may be the problem.
4-if you have 15-20 VAC across the whites when plugged in but the battery remains in the 12V range (not up to at least 13.5VDC when above idle) then the regulator is probably bad.
BTW, the resistance across pairs of whites are a fraction of an Ohm, too low for a normal meter to measure accurately - seeing 0 Ohms or close it on a digital Ohm meter is to be expected.
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Last edited by QuadManiac; 07-23-2019 at 02:45 AM.