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Sub Alternator Connector Location. 1 month 3 days ago #27914

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Kawboy wrote: Sometimes a pic is worth a thousand words. This pic of an aux (left side stator) came from an ad on EBay and judging by the length of the lead coming from the stator, I'd say the stator plugs directly in to the aux regulator/rectifier.
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I can confirm that, when rebuilding mine the yellow three wires went straight into the regulator. This was the instruction on my new Shindengen.

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Sub Alternator Connector Location. 1 month 3 days ago #27915

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The wiring diagram shows the sub R/R's connector setup is different. The sub R/R has a connector on the body of the RR itself unlike the main R/R which has two pigtails (I've verified the sub R/R connector is clean and in good shape. From the connector at the sub R/R body there's a pigtail that goes to the stator connector (which I assume is a 4 pin connector similar to the main stator connector) - that's the one I can't locate.

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Sub Alternator Connector Location. 1 month 2 days ago #27927

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Good day Bucko,

I also have the ZN1300, my electrical system is completely redone
as much as I remember this connector is under the left side cover by the starter relay , maybe need to remove the seat but at the same area.
I can check later when I get home as I still have the original harness and will confirm

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Sub Alternator Connector Location. 1 month 2 days ago #27928

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OK, Just confirmed
the main stator connector is under the right side cover by the fuel pump
the sub stator connector is under the left side cover by the starter relay, there is a small bracket with two relays and the starter relay
I believe is on the same bracket or behind it

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Sub Alternator Connector Location. 1 month 2 days ago #27929

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Bucko wrote: The wiring diagram shows the sub R/R's connector setup is different. The sub R/R has a connector on the body of the RR itself unlike the main R/R which has two pigtails (I've verified the sub R/R connector is clean and in good shape. From the connector at the sub R/R body there's a pigtail that goes to the stator connector (which I assume is a 4 pin connector similar to the main stator connector) - that's the one I can't locate.


3 pin connector for the sub stator and not 4 like the main
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Sub Alternator Connector Location. 1 month 2 days ago #27930

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Thanks Bar. Will check that out. It's the 3 pin connector that is part of the reason why I couldn't find it. Is the "small bracket with two relays " the bracket that is screwed into the frame and also holds the sub R/R?
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