How to Check a Harley Voltage Regulator?

Answer The voltage regulator on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle takes the AC current supplied by the stator/rotor and converts it into 12 volts DC. The regulator is typically located on the front of the mot... Read More »

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How to Identify a Harley Davidson Voltage Regulator?

The voltage regulator on a Harley Davidson, when coupled with the stator, acts as an alternator for the motorcycle. If your voltage regulator fails, the battery will either receive too much of a c... Read More »

How to Replace the Voltage Regulator in a Harley-Davidson?

A motorcycle charging system is made up by three main components, the alternator, voltage regulator and the battery. The alternator consists of two main components: the rotor which is mounted on th... Read More »

How to Test the Battery & Voltage Regulator on a Harley Davidson?

Some Harley owners like to fix their own bikes, thereby saving both money and riding time. A Harley Davidson can experience electrical problems at any time, but there can be a wait for a service ap... Read More »

How to Check a Voltage Regulator on a Motorcycle?

The voltage regulator in your motorcycle has the duty of preventing your battery from being overcharged, as well as ensuring that the proper voltage is being supplied to your bike's other systems. ... Read More »