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1983 vt 750c overcharging the system.

This is a discussion on 1983 vt 750c overcharging the system. within the Shadow forums, part of the Honda category; Hi, i have a 1983 vt 750c shadow and it eats batteries. i have replaced the regulator/rectifier, the alternator, and ...


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Unhappy 1983 vt 750c overcharging the system.

Hi, i have a 1983 vt 750c shadow and it eats batteries. i have replaced the regulator/rectifier, the alternator, and i have a brand new battery. the output is still over 15v and it was suggested to check the ignition switch . i have a clymers book and according to the wire diagram in the book the black wire from the ignition switch is ground but when i turn the key on it is hot. the black wire from the regulator has mv. on both black wires is it suppose to be a dead ground or hot wires. please help if you know. thanks
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