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    • I snow checked another bat sled,guess i'll be taking wife along here & there.
    • I tested the headlight and tail light connections with the engine running and my multimeter set to AC.  Idling the voltage was around 15 or 20, and when I revved the engine I saw the voltage creep up to 32 volts.  I looked and both bulbs are burned out.     Is this the type of regulator I am looking for to replace it? http://www.snowparthub.com/01_154_16_Sports_Parts_Universal_Regulator_Rectifier?src=Google&gclid=CjwKEAjw85DIBRCy2aT0hPmS1jkSJAC1m9UvjqArlWsyjEc3S2Tfhdfw5UTe3SJrZ0wyEE_0LGTGnRoCpwDw_wcB 
    • Some regulators can be blown and sled still runs fine. Had that issue in the past.
    • Sounds like you have a bunch of different issue's. I would remove the thumb warmer that is shorting by disconnecting it. The battery still isn't charging could be an issue with stator as well or a bad ground. Measure to see if there is an current flowing to the battery, when engine is running. Also check what Denis said above. Helps to start with a good fully charged battery that reads 13.2 volts, to ensure it isn't causing you funny issue's too.
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