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    Posted: 09 Jun 2018 at 12:45
Hi everyone,

I've just become the owner of an 05 Factory with issues.

Most notably, the engine will run, but cuts out, after which there's no starter, and no click from the solenoid either, just the sound of the fuel pump priming. I fitted a 150A solenoid to be sure there are no issues there anyway.  Dash lights up fine and engine runs fine until it cuts out. I can already tell that the stator is toast, so I jumped from the car battery to provide decent voltage to start and run it, so there's something else going on (13.2V at terminals while jumped). I checked the little pipes under the airbox and they seem fine, no splits. Cleaned the idle valve which had plenty of gack on it.  Does anyone have any next steps they can suggest?

I'm also looking at getting the stator rewound, is there a thread that covers modified rewound stators and/ior linear regulators? I'd rather do the work only once, so I'm reading up all I can.

Thanks for any help you can provide
Ian

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i dont have a gen 2 but have you checked all the connectors sidestand charge the battery and bridge the selenoid i think the only way to truly cure the stator is to buy the one griff at ap sells 
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Thanks for the info, I didn't know ap sold one couldn't find it on their site. Looks like sidestand switch has been removed, probably because of the known issues. I've cleaned terminals and I can see that the brown connector has been replaced with something more substantial, what exactly it's from I couldn't say, but of course it will have to be replaced when I do the stator.

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Hmmm, looks like I was hasty with the failed stator diagnosis, I checked the voltage at the yellow wires earlier and measured 18v at 4k, but I just ran it and it's charging the battery at 14.0v at 4k. Still cut out though, and once that happens it needs to be left for quite a while till it will start again.

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Well that was fruitful! I reseated every connector I could find and that seemed to help, but I also gave what looks like the yaw sensor a bit of a rattle, and now things are much better. Not sure if it's a cute, but it idled for 10 minutes in the garage at least! Thanks for that tip.

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Ian
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