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Thread: 06 Buell XB12X ulysses stator or regulator issue

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    Yeah it is some Chinese stuff I just went out and looked because I wasn't sure what brand it is. I can't even remember what it is because I noticed my registration light was on with the key not in it. So I guess that is the source of my problems. Is that a common issue?

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    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    Yes.
    Any fixes?

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    Hi.
    My Uly has a battery voltage of 12.6 everyting turned off and the same everything turnnd on. At idle 13V of so.
    But starts every time.

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    What year, how many miles, how old is the battery, what kind of mods ?
    You can start by cleaning off all of your grounds really well, no matter what they visually look like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkinzer View Post
    Any fixes?
    Yes, buy a good gel battery. 220CCA, not 200. Deka is a good brand.

    If the key is out and your "registration light was on with the key not in it" (I'll assume license plate/taillight):

    Put your key in, turn it out of the "P" (Park) position to either "Lock" or "Off". The taillight will go out and no longer drain your battery.

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    Hey Lunaticfringe, Just wanted to give you a big shout out and say thank you. I have found several posts that have helped me get my Uly running. Cheers and thanks for all you do!

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    Gauges will do their sweep and illuminate when you go pass 'off'. I got into the habit of looking at the gauges when I pull the key out just to make sure I don't do that....again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckski View Post
    Hey Lunaticfringe, Just wanted to give you a big shout out and say thank you. I have found several posts that have helped me get my Uly running. Cheers and thanks for all you do!

    always my pleasure sir and thank you for the kind words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by user_deleted View Post
    2-remove your front pulley cover. you'll find 2 very large plastic connector plugs. one black the other light gray or white. the light colored one referred to as the #77 connector. unplug it...check for dirt/corrosion....check if burned or any wires frayed or burned. if so it must be repaired/replaced with updated connector. it is the charging system main connector plug.
    That light gray connector is the speed sensor connector. The #77 voltage regulator connector is the black 2-wire connector behind the rest, see this diagram from the manual:
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