ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15-13
Stator Installation Notes
• Fit the stator coil lead grommet first. and the pickup coil
lead grommet into the notch of cover
e Route the stator coil leads in accordance w
Routing in the General Information chapter.
Alternator Rotor Cleaning Area
1. The tapered
of the crankshaft.
The alternator rotor bolt and the threads in the
3. The tapered portion of the alternator rotor
elnstall the washer so that the chamfer
the alternator rotor bolt to the
(see Exploded View) while
the alternator rotor
A. Holding Plate
A. Silicone Sealant Applied Areas
elnstall a new gasket and the alternator
eTighten the cover bolts to the specified torque (see
eFill the engine with engine o
(see Engine Lubrication
Stator Coil Removal
eRemove the alternator cover (see this chapter).
e Remove the holding
the pickup coil lead and stator coil lead grommets
out of the notch of
e Unscrew the mounting bolt, and take off the stator.
There are three types of alternator
(wire burned out), or loss in rotor
A short or
open in one of the coil w
will result in either a low
or no output at
A loss in rotor
which may be caused by dropp
by leaving it near an electromagnet
or just by
will result in low output.
.To check the alternator output voltage, do the following
Refer to the appropriate chapters and
charging system Wiring
Turn off the ignition sw
Disconnect connector 1.
Connect the hand tester (special
as shown in table.
Start the engine.
Run it at the rpm
Note the voltage readi ngs (total 3
Alternator Output Voltage
Meter (+) to
Meter (-) to
*If the output voltage shows the value in
alternator operators properly and the regulator/rectifier
is damaged. A much lower reading than that given in
the table indicates that the alternator is defective .
• Check the stator coil resistance as
Stop the engine.