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post #71 of 74 Old 06-02-2018, 03:22 PM
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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... @realshelby would you recommend that the new rotor/magnets be jb welded in between too if the glue is bad from the factory?
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If I had to buy a new rotor due for whatever reason, I would do the "JB Weld" fix before installing it. I simply do not see any downside to doing preventive work like that.
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post #73 of 74 Old 06-04-2018, 06:39 AM
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I had the same problem with mine. There you go pictures before and after Make sure the magnets are in the same position as you taken them off. Basically they should stick together when you make one long line of magnets and it will be ok.




I see there you spaced them out so there is some sort of hole in between each one. Is that how it needs to be done or it doesn't matter where the spaces are?
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I see there you spaced them out so there is some sort of hole in between each one. Is that how it needs to be done or it doesn't matter where the spaces are?
The holes in the earlier rotors are where the end gaps of the magnets are located. BUT....the later rotors and all service replacements don't have ANY of these holes. So that tells me it doesn't matter. But I would pick a gap that is over a hole as that indicates those magnets are still in their original placement and go from there.

Personally I would put more JB Weld in the gaps than what is shown in the pic above. That might work just fine, but building a small bridge between magnets with the epoxy ensures they cannot migrate together again. Just put an equal amount in each gap. Not Rocket Science, just get it close.
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