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  1. I wanted to thank you for all your help. I tracked back the red and found the splice, all was good there. I did replace the red wires from the ignition and voltage regulator to the 30 amp fuse. I did not in line splice just ran two wires to the fuse connection, and put them togeather in the connector. The Voltage regulator still works this far. I used connectors to attach the new wires then used silicon to seal and prevent arching. Once again thank you.
  2. Thank you for all the tips. I will be tracking back ye ol Red today. Thanks for the bonus tips. The battery is no longer factory, it a a dual deep cycle battery set up with automatic isolator. Because I plow I put a huge demand on the batteries with the winch, the lights (low draw led light bar). I have also installed a hydraulic pump for my custom hydraulic blade turn. Because I put alot of demand on the machine and being an ex helicopter pilot I religiously change the dif fluid beginning and end of ever plow season, I know more then needed but it is small amount and a little peace of
  3. Yes, thank you. Lucky enough for me the stator appears to be working in proper order across all tests. I have worked my way back and tested the voltage regulator as well. This was completed by attaching the 3 leg leads to the posts of the regultor, then testing the voltage on what I know the ground and the battery lead are this let me know the which leads on the voltage regulator, for which wires After some careful consideration I believe the issue came down to a faulty red wire, when this is measured I get 6 volts of current on a good battery. With widly swinging resistance but not to g
  4. Thank you very much for the insightful and complete answer. Straight up hate the electeical on the bike. I will be replacing the stator, running .1ohms across 2 phases. Thank you.
  5. I have a 2012 HS700UTV EFI, I am from canada so it was marketed under the name power max roughrider 700. I use this machine to plow and general yard work. I have been slowly over the years working electrical bugs out. Yesterday the SxS well my son was using it began to make a wire burning smell. We found that the wires coming into the voltage regulator/rectifier had burnt and melted the plug. Because if this I will be replacing the voltage regultor. Before I replace (have to the plastic is destroyed) I wanted to test the stator to ensure that there was not an over power. Now I know

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