How to Identify a Harley Davidson Voltage Regulator?

Answer 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 »

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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 Harley Voltage Regulator?

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 »

How do I Identify 1966 Harley Davidson Engine Numbers?

Before 1969, Harley-Davidson motorcycles used the engine number as the vehicle identification number (VIN); there was no separate VIN engraved on the frame. Because engines were sometimes swapped o... Read More »