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jasonmcc

regulator and lighting power?

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I recentely hooked my lights back up on my Wr as I am selling the bike and found them not to work. I measured the DC voltage at one of the lighting power wires and found no DC voltage just AC. I pulled off the regulator and dug the PCB out of the rubber that is surrounding it. I measured the transistor and all diodes and they seemed ok. There is a SCR in there that does all the work so I replaced that. I hooked it all back up only to find that both halogen globes were blown and thats why it didnt work in the first place. I got new bulbs and the lights worked. I put all the indicators back on and they all worked until I revved the bike and the globes blew. I measured the voltage out of the regulator and there was still no DC, but up around the 20-30v AC mark. I am pretty sure that regulator is dead and causing this high ac voltage to be generated.

Anyone know voltage (AC or DC) should be coming out.

JAson

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In stock trim your WR will be putting out AC current not DC, so no problems there. The voltage is too high suggesting that your regulator unit is at fault.

fershy

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before springing for a new regulator make sure that the unit is properly grounded or it will not function properly.

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