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Diagnostics - Bad Voltage Regulator (2007 Arctic Cat 700 EFI)

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Diagnostics - Bad Voltage Regulator (2007 Arctic Cat 700 EFI)

In this video, Jonathan investigates a client's observation that he has had to replace the battery every 2 years on his 2007 Arctic Cat 700.

Watch the video to follow Jonathan's diagnostic process.

 

Thanks for watching!

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The video showed with the machine running "Volt" was flashing on the display. It will show when voltage is out of range, either hi or low.

I would think the machine owner would be seeing this and apparently did nothing about it since the video mentioned he has to replace his battery every two years. With the regulator putting out too much voltage, he is frying the battery.

Mike

 

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