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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-03-2013, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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Replaced Stator and Rectifier but no start

I just replaced my stater and my rectifier. I saw the connection to the rectifier was melted so i bought a new one. I actually hard wired the connection and no joy. My battery is actually still being. I checked all the cables and wires. I even changed my spark plugs. The starter relay is good. I checked the voltage on that. Not sure what else to do. If anybody knows anything please let me know.
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any help???

looking for some advice if anybody is willing to help out!
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What year, what size. What is it doing or not doing? Not sure what you meant with "My battery is actually still being."

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looking for some advice if anybody is willing to help out!
check the battery with a volt meter...it should be ~12.6 volts and also check it as you are attempting to crank it to see how low the voltage drops.

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Be as descriptive as possible, we dont know if its trying to crank or anything. Im more than willing to help you troubleshoot, just need all relevant information. Eg. when i hit the starter, the dash lights disappear until I let go of the button, things like that.

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I have a 2006 gsxr 600. Would not start. I replaced my stator, rectifier, battery.
Took it to Ducati of Bellevue in Washington. Turns out it was my crankshaft positioning sensor was bad. $147 for that new part.
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I have a 2006 gsxr 600. Would not start. I replaced my stator, rectifier, battery.
Took it to Ducati of Bellevue in Washington. Turns out it was my crankshaft positioning sensor was bad. $147 for that new part.
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sorry about that

I have a 2002 Gsxr 600. I can hear the starter relay click when a i try to crank my bike. When I try to start the bike, it stays on for a sec and dies right away. After trying over and over to crank it my battery eventully dies out. I took the battery to autozone and let the charge it over night. When i put my multimeter up to the battery it reads 12.2. I also put it to the starter relay and it reads about the same. I said before, I changed my rectifier because i saw that the connector was melted. I also bought a new stator. I put it in first and it pulls me for about a foot and stops. I can also hear my starter motor turning when i'm trying to crank my bike. After doing that a few times, the battery drains and nothing happens until i charge the battery again.

Hopefully that made some kind of sense.
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Usually your battery will be fried if you have an issue with the starting system. My advice is to find a friend with a battery and try that.

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I took the battery to autozone and let the charge it over night. When i put my multimeter up to the battery it reads 12.2.
From this and your description I suspect you need a new battery.

Do not keep winding an engine over for more than a few seconds. You can damage a starter motor easily.

Get a new battery, charge it up properly, fit it up and go from there.

You said it was starting and dying at one point. Look at fuel flow, there are test for fuel flow/pressure in the manual.

Check your spark plugs.

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no changes

no changes...new battery and checked all cables and fusses. not sure what to do now
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Be as descriptive as possible, we dont know if its trying to crank or anything. Im more than willing to help you troubleshoot, just need all relevant information. Eg. when i hit the starter, the dash lights disappear until I let go of the button, things like that.

On rare occasion, blown RRs have been known to cook ECUs from overvoltage.
So now you have a new battery,

As per lorides post a while ago. its a bit unclear what is happening.

Will it start at all?

Does it wind over good and not start or

wind over slow and not start

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post #13 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-27-2013, 02:09 PM Thread Starter
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sorry for the late response

THe bike acutally cranks up but dies. It lasted for about 3 mins. NOt sure whats wrong.
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Dude: take some pictures if what has been done and post them. 1st step like Balla and others stated is to have a good batt at 12.6 Volts. Hard wire? Last thing you want to do is compound your problem by joining wires together without the proper connectors.


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