How many volts does a snowmobile stator put out?

How many volts should a snowmobile stator put out?

Registered. Your stator produces AC, somewhere between 24 and 30 volts. The voltage regulator will pass on somewhere between 13 and 14 DC Volts to charge your battery. The AC current is passed on to your spark plugs.

How many volts come out of a stator?

A stator will put out somewhere around 70 volts AC (on average), unregulated and unrectified at high rpm.

How do you know if the stator is bad on a snowmobile?

Runs good at lower rpms but runs bad at higher rpms (High speed coil is going bad) Backfiring and just won’t run good. Sled slowly loses power during the course of the day. Spark plugs keep getting richer/darker as the day goes on indicating weakening spark.

How many volts should my coil be?

The electrical system in your vehicle works on 12 volts, so every component must be based on 12 volts, as well. There is a wire connected to the ignition coil (known as a “hot wire”) that carries the 12 volts into the coil itself.

How many volts does a coil put out?

Modern coil designs produce voltage pulses up in the neighborhood of 40,000 volts from the interruption of the 12 volt power supplied by the battery.

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Can a stator put out too much voltage?

So first off it’s not possible for your stator to ‘ feed too much voltage ‘ to the regulator….. and your bike does not have a rotor that can be ‘checked’. The charging system on your bike consists of a stator ( which is a wire winding in segments ), a field coil and the rotor which spins between them.

Will a snowmobile run with a bad stator?

As I understand it, the short answer is no. Your problem would be the lighting coil. If the stator is bad you’re not going to run or have lights or anything though these symptoms my be intermittent or progressively get worse.

What causes a stator to fail?

To answer why stators fail, it is because the coating on the windings breaks down, usually because of heat, causing a short which can also burn the fine wire of the winding in two at the short causing an open circuit. The way to prevent failures is to prevent the heat.

Can a stator go bad from sitting?

Stators do not go bad from sitting unless the mag housing is full of water.