How do you test a Yamaha stator?
This test makes sure that the stator isn’t shorting out to the ground.
- Place one meter lead in the connector and the second on the body of the stator.
- Your meter should read “OL” or open line. If the multimeter is picking up a reading, it means your stator needs to be replaced.
- Repeat this test for each of the windings.
What is a stator on a 4 wheeler?
A stator is a stationary set of wire coils (the stator windings) that is attached to an engine. In simple terms, the stator generates the electricity that powers the battery in a motorcycle, ATV or side-by-side, and is therefore responsible for powering the vehicle itself.
How hard is it to replace a stator?
Replacing the stator is not too complicated and requires a socket set and some heat resistant gasket repair silicone only. On 2006-07 Honda Fireblades the stator is located on the left hand side behind the crash protector.
Can you install a stator wrong?
Installing the stator correctly Failure to do so may result in irreparable damage to the stator. DON’T: Install the stator upside-down. This is the most common installation error. The harness side of the stator must be opposite the flywheel.
Will ATV start with bad stator?
The stator of an ATV works to recharge your battery while your vehicle is running, similar in function to a car’s alternator. When the stator goes bad, your ATV will only run until the battery goes dead, which is not very long. Test the stator with a multi-meter to ensure that this is the problematic part.
What happens if stator is bad?
Without a stator, your motorcycle will not get any spark at all as your battery is not capable of supplying the appropriate power levels to generate a spark. As a result, if your stator is going bad your motorcycle will run very poorly. Eventually, your stator can prevent your motorcycle from starting at all.
How much does it cost to replace a stator?
Stator & Rotor A new stator and rotor set typically costs between $250 and $1,500. They are stationary and rotating parts of any system that generates electricity. When they stop working seamlessly, they need repair or replacement.
How to replace the stator on a Yamaha Grizzly 700?
First, we’ll show you how to test the stator on your Yamaha ATV, and then we’ll take it a step further if you find out that it has gone bad. John will show you how to replace the stator on your Yamaha Grizzly 700, and that starts by draining the radiator fluid and oil. Then, we’ll get to work removing the water pump housing and the crankcase cover.
Do you need a pick up coil on a stator?
The pick up coil is simply a replacement, there is no need for a “performance” pick up coil. If you want to enhance your spark, look into an iCat. after taking the stator off to get to the one way bearing do i need to line anything up, like the flywheel behind stator? or just make sure the key is in there right?
Can you do an ohms reading on a stator?
“You can do an OHMS reading on your stator and pick-up if you have a mulit-meter/ OHMS meter. Make sure your meter is set at the 2K setting. Good info. “You can do an OHMS reading on your stator and pick-up if you have a mulit-meter/ OHMS meter. Make sure your meter is set at the 2K setting. Click to expand…
Where are the plugs for the stator motor?
Sharptj: That is not where the plugs are for the stator. They come off the left side of the motor by your sprocket and are usually tucked up by the frame by your airfilter box. ss0073: Yes i should have posted this pic before of the different types of plugs, so here it is. I have “D”