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David, if you want to send me all your broken bits... I’ll see if I can do anything with them ..
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I am sure you mean WOULD ... but just checking you are not suggesting something else ?
YEP - I meant I WOULD be checking the rest of the wiring to be sure nothing is shorting together or to ground.
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Unlikely to be the Alarm/Siren causing battery/alternator/regulator failure or even low readings... The siren actually has it's own rechargeable internal battery... The siren battery may not charge if the vehicle’s battery is less than 12.5 volts. This may cause it to chirp.

Only just spotted this part of the post.

Yes, i realise the siren has its own battery and that it is a PP3 rechargeable...my thought initially was the charging circuit might have failed causing high current drain, that only occurs a while after the bike has started and the charging circuit kicks in, as I was under the impression that the charging circuit did not start until the main battery reached a certain voltage. but higher than the 12.5 you say .

David, does the siren still chirp ? Did you ever disconnect it ?



David..maybe post the picture of your original single phase burnt out stator too

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