What Is Voltage Loss Resistance on a Honda Motorcycle?

Answer Voltage loss resistance is a method of isolating motorcycle electrical problems. Using an ohmmeter and a circuit tester, wiring and electrical devices are checked for voltage resistance, which is m... Read More »

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How to Check the Resistance of a Motorcycle Ignition Coil?

Motorcycle engines rely on three different ingredients to create combustion: air, fuel and spark. If any of these factors are missing, combustion will not occur, leaving your motorcycle inoperable.... Read More »

How to Check Voltage Loss on a 12-Volt DC Battery?

Twelve-volt batteries are used in automotive, marine and "off-the-grid" electrical applications. Most 12-volt batteries are lead-acid secondary cells and can provide high electrical current for a s... 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 »

Are Honda voltage regulators supposed to get hot?

The normal operating temperature for Honda voltage regulators is between 40 and 60 degrees Celsius, which translates to 104 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Honda voltage regulators run at this temperatu... Read More »