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Author Topic: Gv650c Aquila stillnot charging replaced RR, battery healthy, stator good reads.  (Read 791 times)

savisaar2

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So today I had my battery tested and the guy said it's healthy so battery is ruled out.

I replaced the RR and tests are good.

I had to fix the stator connection with new female connectors because it was burnt.

I still have no charge going to the battery and I did notice the stator and RR wires are extremely hot.

Anymore ideas guys? Right now I feel like I have to scrap the bike.
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spit051261

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Looks like you'll have to scrap it then  ::)
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savisaar2

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Are charging issues isolated to tho those three parts?
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Are charging issues isolated to tho those three parts?
They are the main components associated with a fault but you could have a wiring/ component fault that is draining your battery but start with the REG , STATOR , BATTERY and if they are definitely ok , look elsewhere

Do you trust the guy that tested your battery?
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Are charging issues isolated to tho those three parts?
They are the main components associated with a fault but you could have a wiring/ component fault that is draining your battery .
Do you trust the guy that tested your battery?

Thanks for your input he told me the cranking amps no idea what it means haha but I would expect it to be correct because he would be inclined to sell me a battery. I had it tested at battery world.
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With the bike switched off , unbolt the neg and dab it onto the post and see if it arcs .
Still sounds like one of the other 3 though .

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Tomorrow I will retest the RR and stator,

As per the service manual tho it says I need to test using ohms and YouTube says to test in continuity? Which one guys?
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With the bike switched off , unbolt the neg and dab it onto the post and see if it arcs .
Still sounds like one of the other 3 though .

Do you mean the negative cable from the battery and if so what is arc?
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Yes and you are looking for a spark ( like you get when you ARC weld ) to see if your bike is drawing current with everything off .
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The OEM wiring loom is sh!t and prone to failures.
1/ Run a duplicate quality wire from the RR positive output direct to the battery positive terminal. Make sure you put a 30amp fuse in it close to the battery.
2/ Run a duplicate quality wire from the battery negative terminal to a solid bolt on the frame or motor.
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