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May 28th, 2008, 04:02 PM   #1
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blue cable from stator to 1 of 3 yellow from rectifier

husaberg fs650e 2003

does anyone know wich one of the three yellow cables on the rectifier that should be connected to the blue cable from the stator?

my bike kills battery after battery... and when it has destroyed the new battery it only runs on idiling, if i use the trottle the engine dies..
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RE: blue cable from stator to 1 of 3 yellow from rectifier

hi mate look out for sparks he's the man ask him he will know

have a look on te owners doc

and welcome to the uhe
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RE: blue cable from stator to 1 of 3 yellow from rectifier

eferm

welcome to UHE mate.

go into the owners doc and look up electrics. in there is the correct connection for the 6 wires. i would also look at the wires on the regulator.

you'll find electrical diagram in the back of the owners manual which you can download for free from our downloads section.

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Re: blue cable from stator to 1 of 3 yellow from rectifier

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husaberg fs650e 2003

does anyone know wich one of the three yellow cables on the rectifier that should be connected to the blue cable from the stator?

my bike kills battery after battery... and when it has destroyed the new battery it only runs on idiling, if i use the trottle the engine dies..
Hi Eferm,

Welcome to the site mate, it would seem for some reason you have got a three phase regulator rectifier which is no good at all for the SEM alternator, the SEM stator runs two single phase circuits.
You should have a regulator for the lights which just regulates the AC from the stator and a regulator rectifier to charge the battery.
Both yellows are common to each other and the Blue from the stator goes to earth (ground).
I presume you bought the bike with the set up it has now?.
Can't understand the idle and cutting out thing the ignition is a completely different circuit to the Alternator, does the engine run OK with the Alternator wires disconnected?.
Hope this helps.

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May 29th, 2008, 05:31 AM   #5
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i have checked the electrics in the owners manual and i can see that the 3 yellow cables sholud be connected to the 2 yellow and 1 blue from the stator but i cant see wich one that shold be connected to the blue one. alla 3 yellow cables look the same.

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r147 ... MG3311.jpg

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i bought the bike like this, it worked when i tried it but then i got this problem. the former owner has replaced the regulator so im thinking maybe he has connected it wrong. i hade this problem one time before.
i replaced the stator and battery (new) and the bike ran great for 60km, now i have the same problem again and the battery is ded. i can´t reaload it.

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r147 ... MG3311.jpg
one of these yellow should be connected to the blue one and the other 2 to the yellows but i cant find out wich is wich...
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Is as follows: yellow into a double red, second yellow into a red/white, light blue into a brown, black into black and green into green.

yellows either way round will do.

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Originally Posted by Taffy
Is as follows: yellow into a double red, second yellow into a red/white, light blue into a brown, black into black and green into green.

yellows either way round will do.

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this doesn´t sound like my electrics discription in the book, i will try to take a photo of it and show you
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taffy:
i have checked the electrics in the owners manual and i can see that the 3 yellow cables sholud be connected to the 2 yellow and 1 blue from the stator but i cant see wich one that shold be connected to the blue one. alla 3 yellow cables look the same.

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r147 ... MG3311.jpg

sparks:
i bought the bike like this, it worked when i tried it but then i got this problem. the former owner has replaced the regulator so im thinking maybe he has connected it wrong. i hade this problem one time before.
i replaced the stator and battery (new) and the bike ran great for 60km, now i have the same problem again and the battery is ded. i can´t reaload it.

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r147 ... MG3311.jpg
one of these yellow should be connected to the blue one and the other 2 to the yellows but i cant find out wich is wich...
I'll tell you again my old mucker what you have there is a three phase regulator rectifier there and will not work with the SEM stator, not now not ever, you require two separate units a regulator for the lights and a regulator rectifer for the battery (single phase) comprende.

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Originally Posted by eferm2
taffy:
i have checked the electrics in the owners manual and i can see that the 3 yellow cables sholud be connected to the 2 yellow and 1 blue from the stator but i cant see wich one that shold be connected to the blue one. alla 3 yellow cables look the same.

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r147 ... MG3311.jpg

sparks:
i bought the bike like this, it worked when i tried it but then i got this problem. the former owner has replaced the regulator so im thinking maybe he has connected it wrong. i hade this problem one time before.
i replaced the stator and battery (new) and the bike ran great for 60km, now i have the same problem again and the battery is ded. i can´t reaload it.

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r147 ... MG3311.jpg
one of these yellow should be connected to the blue one and the other 2 to the yellows but i cant find out wich is wich...
I'll tell you again my old mucker what you have there is a three phase regulator rectifier there and will not work with the SEM stator, not now not ever, you require two separate units a regulator for the lights and a regulator rectifer for the battery (single phase) comprende.

Regards

Sparks.
i hear you but at the same time im a little confused, this is a originalpart. check this sheet out (upper left corner)
http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r147 ... MG3312.jpg
and if you look in the spareparts catalog it is only one unit, just like this one. not 2.
please explain, sorry if im annoying...
/erik
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Hi Erik,

Yes you are correct it is a standard unit for this year and I opplogise, but not come across this type on a Husaberg before, it looks like a standard three phase regulator rectifier.
But when you get all the colours the same it means that they are all common to each other that is why they are all the same colour, so it doesn't matter which the Blue goes to unless marked in some way.
This system doesn't have any AC feed because the indicator rely relies on a DC feed for it to function.
I would say you have a problem with the unit, this is why you have igntion problems the other feed from the unit is backed into the cdi, disconnect this wire and it should run OK, this feed is to aid starting off the lecky start.
When I'm wrong about some thing I like to think that I'm the first to hold my hand up and admit it, sorry mate

Regards

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