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2014 1090 alternator/generator

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Has anyone replaced worked on a 2014 1090 ggenerator/alternator? A mates just bought one and it's only putting out 12.5v. Donsey, I downloaded the manual and it mentions everything bar the generator. How to remove the starter motor is the closest I got.

I'll do all the tests but would like to know how to get to the generator. Doesn't look as tight as on the older models. Any info appreciated.

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Ladies,

Has anyone replaced worked on a 2014 1090 ggenerator/alternator? A mates just bought one and it's only putting out 12.5v. Donsey, I downloaded the manual and it mentions everything bar the generator. How to remove the starter motor is the closest I got.

I'll do all the tests but would like to know how to get to the generator. Doesn't look as tight as on the older models. Any info appreciated.

Cheers

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Deano,

Are you sure your bike hasn't got a separate Regulator ? Be worth checking before pulling the generator itself from the bike.

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Joe,

Yeah, I'm going to check that first plus all connections, plugs etc. Not my bike and only has 5000kms up. Just can't find any info in the manuals. On ours it's a major fuck around to get the alternator out but there seems more room on the newer models and a change to a stator. The manual also refers to a 'charging fuse'. Do you you think you can track that fucker down anywhere in a manual? Not keen on the changes and quality of the 2010+ models. Cheap and nasty, no offnce to my mate.

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Joe,

Yeah, I'm going to check that first plus all connections, plugs etc. Not my bike and only has 5000kms up. Just can't find any info in the manuals. On ours it's a major fuck around to get the alternator out but there seems more room on the newer models and a change to a stator. The manual also refers to a 'charging fuse'. Do you you think you can track that fucker down anywhere in a manual? Not keen on the changes and quality of the 2010+ models. Cheap and nasty, no offnce to my mate.

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Have a look closely and you'll see one of these I'm sure ! Incidentally it appears to be the same part number as for F4s of the same years..which figures.

So a bit easier that chomping out the alternator !

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Thanks Joe, got it. Tracked it down on StarTwins site. Seem to be a pretty common part, Yamaha etc. still like to check generator output, connections etc. before he lashes out.

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Deano;

If you have a stator you check it on the bike UNPLUGGED from the R & R.....

at a specific RPM using a meter set to AC Volts.....its actually 3 tests, between the pins

1-2,1-3 and 2-3 then check for continuity to ground on all 3

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If you have a stator you check it on the bike UNPLUGGED from the R & R.....
Looks like all the 1090s have a stator/flywheel + R/R now. No more worries about riding in the rain, but IMO stator is problematic (on all brands).

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