Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: Minneapolis, MN (Uptown/East Calhoun)
One test I don't see here is the Ohm test for shorting in the stator. Place one leg of the meter on any one of the three leads coming out of the stator connector. The other lead to a known good ground. ANY movement of an analog, or ANY change in a digital readout means a failed stator. Do this on all three legs of the stator. Any one of them that fails, stator is no good.
The test where you check ohms ACROSS any two of the three legs is a different test.....
New or rebuilt does NOT guarantee it is going to work.........
Thanks for confirming, I did do the across test as well as the short test. 0.L for all three, not shorting to ground. I am scheduling an appt to have the rotor replaced...
would you recommend that the new rotor/magnets be jb welded in between too if the glue is bad from the factory?
DL1000K6 - 03/2017, 33k
GL500 Silverwing - 03/13-03/17, Sold