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Old 11-30-2009, 04:17 PM
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Ace stator problem ?

i have a 660 rhino i had a high out put stator kit installed with dual batterys ran great for 2 years know it wont charge at all if i jump start it it will run for a minute then cut out i dont know where to start checking dont know if its the stator or rectifier please help
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Old 12-03-2009, 05:22 PM
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Old 12-03-2009, 05:37 PM
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Disconnect charging lead from battery, connect small test lamp in series between lead and battery positive terminal. DO NOT START ENGINE. Test lamp should not light. If it does light, stator or rectifier is defective. Unplug rectifier. If test light goes out. The rectifier is shorted. If test light does not go out, stator is grounded. Stator should also be checked for continuity as follows: Use multimeter, set on resistance scale. Touch one test prod to positive lead. Touch other test prod to each of the other pins in the connector. Unless the meter shows continuity at each of the pins, the stator winding is open and the stator must be replaced.

If the rectifier is shorted it is creating a path to ground. Unplug the defective (shorted) rectifier and it will start from a charged battery. It just won't charge the battery.
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How come your running 2 batteries with a high output stator?
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thanks i will try that and let you know , there is two batterys in the car because of the lights and stereo and amp there is the stock one and an optima
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Thanks for your help stator is bad the best i can tell i over filled the oil by 1 quart it came into the air box and dripped onto the stator connection and traveled down the wires and shorted it out the connector was full of oil all the pins were burnt live and learn wiring is strapped out of the way know thanks for all your help
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