The concept is the same for different models of ATVs or snowmobiles. The stator plate is grounded. Set your multimeter to ohms. The ohmic resistance of the stator and primary coils should be checked both cold and hot, so I used a heat gun to test both the primary coils and the stator windings.
Runs poorly at lower speeds, but works well at higher speeds (low speed reel works poorly) Works well at slower speeds, but performs poorly at higher speeds (high speed reel works poorly) Bounce and it just doesn’t work well . The sleds slowly lose power over the course of the day.
The stator coil generates electricity for the spark plug and other accessories in small engines. Without the stator, there would be no spark, which means the engine would not run. When a stator dies, it can emit a slight spark which can cause the engine to fail or malfunction. Symptoms often get worse when the engine warms up.
A snowmobile stator is an electrical component in the engine that is responsible for generating power for everything snowmobile-related, from battery charging to running lights, ignition and other electronic devices. Some of these problems (and others) could be symptoms of a bad or failing stator on your snowmobile.
As I understand it, the short answer is no. Your problem is the light coil. If the stator is faulty, they will either fail or have no light or the like, although these symptoms may be intermittent or gradually worsen.
The main cause of electrical tracking errors is contamination of the stator winding. Engine operation. Particularly with stators, extreme vibrations lead to friction between the coils and the stator core.
Stators are not bad unless the magic house is filled with water.
You then have a spark problem on your CD equipped motorcycle. Symptoms can include bad fires, ■■■■ cylinders, kickbacks, bizarre roof behavior, and countless other things related to how engines work. The problem can get worse if the bike overheats. It cannot hold up even at low speeds.
In an electric motor, the stator provides a rotating magnetic field that drives the rotating armature in a generator; the stator converts the rotating magnetic field into electric current. In liquid drive units, the stator directs the flow of liquid to or from the rotating part of the system.
All refurbished stators require core replacement and are covered by a one year replacement warranty. Most new and refurbished stators are made to stock specifications, but we offer high performance stators versions as part of the Hot Shot range so you can get even more power out of your machine.
For example, a 32 amp stator should provide 18 volts of alternating current (VAC) for 1000 rpm. In 2000 it should be 36 VAC (18x2). At 3000 RPM it should be 54 VAC (18 x 3). Each system has a certain voltage that it must generate for 1000 rpm.
It should be no more than 14.5 volts and no less than 13.5 volts. If it is higher, the battery will be overcharged, if it is lower, the battery will continue to discharge while driving. If these tests fail, you will need a new regulator / rectifier.
With either type of engine, the battery will eventually run out because the generator doesn’t charge it because there is no rectifier. Eventually the engine does not start. You will likely find that the battery is weak and it is difficult to start the engine at first.
The rectifier converts AC power to DC power, while the controller ensures that the current (voltage) does not exceed the 13.8-14.5 volts required to run a standard 12 volt battery. It is important that the stator provides more power to the motorcycle than is needed to keep the battery charged.