How To Wire A GY6 Scooter Regulator / Rectifier And How It All Works (Part 2 Battery Connections)




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QuieBandz Leaked: Oh yeah it's a 49cc tao tao thats what i have

QuieBandz Leaked: when i push to start it does nothing nor does the turning signals nor break lights or lights the only thing that works is the speed and headlights

Kenise Hamilton: I uploaded a video titled "need wiring help".. will you watch to see if you can help with my wiring problem?

BobClemintime: Nothing like those Fuke multi-meters haha

MrTcvip: Great video. I have a problem where my scooter starts fine with a jump from a car but dies when i disconnect jump leads. Would this be a regulator problem?

MichaelMammon: Just a FYI.
Fuses have absolutely nothing to do with voltage, and they aren't designed to save "your light bulbs and things like that". They deal with amperage.
Fuses are current limiters.  If there is a short or something (like a light bulb) begins too draw to much amperage, the fuse will "blow" and shut down the circuit.
The primary intent of a fuse is to not allow the wiring to carry current beyond it's capability.  Too much current through a wire, and it turns into a toaster coil.

Toaster coils are not a good thing in wiring looms and around gasoline.

drop$world: my old stator had a green ground wire, does it matter my new one does not have one 2 make it work.....

Jose Colon: Great video.  Thanks for your help.  I am new to scooters and understanding how to fix it is key.  So thank you for this explanation.  

SwaggCentral 400: My scooter doesnt have a key so i use a toggle switch without a fuse but my scooter still tries to start... Is that good or bad??? Im new to scooters.

Enjoying The Sun 577-Jersey Customs: Is it a 10 amp fuse?

Ibrain Font: okay i have a problem my head light use to work .one day i when over a bump and they stop working. like a mouth after the scooter (150cc gy6) stop runing I try to start it back and it did for 2 second . took it to the shop and the mechanic told me that it was the stator ! took it back home other a new one and put it on . the scooter was alive, but the head light are dead. i change the r/r and no change the voltege on the batery is 12.6 . note the brake light and tail light work! pls help me

Brandon Kincannon: I want to thank you for the video! and the time and effort in putting it together. It is great! And as it is difficult to find good videos, that are clearly detailed, without some moronic soundtrack playing..... Again I say thank you. Keep up the good work! I have a Chinese Tank 150 as good as anything else on the market as long as I know how to fix it. I love the Chinese scooter haters, mine has the ve157qmj engine built in an old honda factory. I look forward to your future vids and guides.

colloredbrothers: Lol you have a wolf of the cartoon yang yang on your keychain. Im learning mandarin on my own and I looked at a few of those cartoons as a learning tool.

Matthew Ridgway: WOW, Great Video. I've got a 2002 ZUMA BWS 50 that was not charging the battery or keep lights on while running with out a battery. I plug in a spare regulator and they're running while no battery present, AWESOME. Charging the battery now to see if it will keep charged this time around. Thanks A bunch !

yoster77: @AnalogueJosh No, you're fine. The poster here was wrong when he says it should be "at least 12v." It should be 13.4-14.5ish volts. Your number is fine. A fully charged battery is 12.6ish volts. Anything under that will be draining the battery. A battery doesn't effectively charge unless you have at least 13.5v or so to it. Anything between 12.6 and 13.4 will more or less act like a maintainer more than it will a charger.

terence20001: Interesting vid.. Enjoyed watching.
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