Normally I restrict myself to once a day unless I am killing time waiting at the computer at night,except when I see something like your post.
The very first place to look is that 3 phase connector about 30 CM from your stator, look for a burnt connection. The next is to test your stator using my test method https://www.kawasakiversys.com/forum...t=stator+toast
There is a quick way to prove if it is the headlight relay or stator is going, I added / copied posts from another thread, see post 37;38;39. Very simply turning the key to run, without starting and applying 12 VDC to each of 3 pins going into the harness, not
the stator side, 1 of those wires triggers the relay. When you find which one key off several times and repeat, if each time the headlight relay comes on, try plugging it back together. One point why not to start the bike, listen closely when testing the plug with the 12 volts, you may hear a single click but no light, this is a indication of contact failure .
My first guess is you have a damaged wire harness or damaged 3 phase plug, leading to the failures of your stators, and very likely a burnt stator.
i am very frustrated, diassapointed and tired... I have a bike that mechanically has no problem but the electric system is failing constantly. I didn t have the time nor the tools to check my stator and the three phase plug but i will do it during the weekend with the help of a friend of mine.
Yesterday i found out that my battery doesn t charge again and probably is the regulator again.
My frustration comes from the fact that my electrician told me that he can t help me because he doesn t know what might be the problem and he doesn t know where or what to look for. When i showed him your stator test and the 3 phase plug he told me that if a phase were out it wouldn t mess my regulator it would just wont charge my battery.
And there is no other electrician where i live!!!
So, hoping that this would be your once in a day look at the forum, i would like to write the sequence of my electrical failures in case that your expertise will point to a direction of solving the problem.
02/16/2018: Battery change (HAIJIU htx12-bs) 111600 km
04/16/2018: Regulator (put the original kawasaki regulator) 112700 km
06/15/2018: multi - relay (the black box under the seat that one of the jobs is to control the lights) (replaced with a used one) 115000 km
07/18/2018: burnt stator coils (replaced them by rewiring the coils) 116400 km
08/29/2018: burnt stator coils (replaced them with new tourmax stator coils, bought from greece) 117700 km
11/22/218: broken ignition coils (replaced them with used ones) 121500 km
12/06/2018: regulator (same pin as the first regulator broken) (replaced with japanese sun regulator) 121800 km
12/12/2018: new battery yuasa ytx12-bs (probably the taiwan model) 122100 km
12/20/2018: empty battery because when i turn off the bike the bottom half of my dashboard and the ABS light were on 122000 km
12/26/2018: broken ignition coils (replaced them with used ones) 122200
12/27/2018: empty battery for the same reason as above, this time i couldn t tell that there was a current leak because i didn t see the ABS light was on 122200 km
01/03/2019: same symptoms as faulty ignition coils after driving under heavy rain. After 50-60 kilometers (without rain) the symptoms stopped and reappeared after another rainy day 122600km
01/14/2019: empty battery but this time it was because it isn t charging and i bet that it is the regulator again at the same pin. At the same time my headlight burst resulting that i do not have lights only the big ones. 123100 km
So... that s it.
I hope that you can share something with me and advise me for my next steps.
I know that there isn t much you can do from far away but ANY advice would help.
There is no rush because i have decided that until i found someone who knows what he is doing i wont fix anything else. the last thing i want is to replace my regulator every month.
thank you again for your time
at the photo are my previous regulators and the same upper left corner pin was broken at the first one and ready to brake at the second