Stator Has 2 Separate Wires

Question 2005 FLHTCU Ultra Classic
I have watched you stator r&r but not my year exactly. My replacement stator has 2 separate wires, neither of which is numbered or marked as to their placement into the regulator. So does it matter which way these 2 wires are inserted back into the harness?

Thank you in advance…Gary

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Answer That’s a good question.
Stater wire location does not matter.
You can insert the wires into either side of the plug on your year/model.




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14 Responses to “Stator Has 2 Separate Wires”
  1. Anthony
    Anthony

    I have a 2011 Street Glide. I am getting a check engine light along with a battery light. I charged the battery, cleared the code and I am able to ride for a while before I get the code again. The volts seem to intermit, at first the gauge reads approx. 14.5 – 15.5 then drops to 12.0 and remains at 12 until I get the code again.

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    • Rich
      Rich

      my 06 was doing the same.Ended up replacing both regulator and stator. Had battery, reg,startor checked but was intermittent. Very fustrating.

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    • Randy Petersen
      Randy Petersen

      I had the same thing happen to my 2012 streetglide. I changed the voltage regulator and problem solved.

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    • Tim Van Vickle
      Tim Van Vickle

      I have a 14′ ultra limited, mine did the same thing but no codes , it turned out to be a chafed front plug wire that could not be seen unless viewing from the ground it was caused from the bottom edge of the gas tank , just something to check

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  2. John
    John

    09 flstc 96″ efi for several weeks when I start the motor after about 3 seconds it shuts back down so I turn it of then on and restart and is ok then runs like always any idea of what this might be?

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  3. Sharon Cruise
    Sharon Cruise

    Stator replaced by Dealership Aug 2017. Bike wasn’t charging. Replaced battery 2 yrs old. Still having same problem charging light-oil light come on I told them I thought It possibly was the regulator. they stated it was the stator/battery. OK still having lights coming on and not charging.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Ian,

      You will need to install a load equalizer for the LED signals to flash correctly.
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  4. Mike
    Mike

    Changing 3 phase stator on 2006 FXDCI how do I get the wires out of the plug so I can get them through the case and does it matter the order they go back in they’re all black?

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  5. John McKay
    John McKay

    When I replace the stator on my 2001 dyna should I replace the regulator too?

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