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GL1200 Stator Survey

The purpose of this survey is to compile information that will help develop a clearer understanding of the infamous GL1200 stator failure problem.  Results will be posted here shortly.

If you have questions or comments regarding this survey, please email Dave Voorhis at dave@armchair.mb.ca.  Please note that while Dave Voorhis will be happy to answer questions or provide assistance regarding this survey, he cannot provide answers regarding your GL1200 stator questions.  Please direct these to the WOTI forum at http://www.woti.org.


Current information: (or at time of sale, if you no longer have the bike)

1.    What model of GL1200 do you have?

2.    Current odometer reading:

    Miles   Kms

3.    Check here if you have additional lights or electrical accessories.

In total, these require approximately watts.

4.    Check here if you have aftermarket engine covers.

5.    Stator function:

Check here if your stator is currently functioning, but has failed in the past.
Check here if your stator is currently failed, or if it has just been replaced.
Check here if you have never had a stator failure.

If you have never had a stator failure, what do you think has helped prevent it?

6.    Current condition of stator wiring:

a) AGC Connector (in front of battery)

This connector and/or wiring is currently shorted out or burnt.

This connector has been replaced with soldered connections.
This connector has been replaced with bullet connectors or other friction-type connectors.
The original connector has been packed with dielectric grease.
I have a Campbell harness or other replacement for the connector and wiring.
The connector is original and has not been touched.
I don't know.

b) Regulator Connector (under false tank)

This connector and/or wiring is currently shorted out or burnt.

This connector has been replaced with soldered connections.
This connector has been replaced with bullet connectors or other friction-type connectors.
The original connector has been packed with dielectric grease.
I have a Campbell harness or other replacement for the connector and wiring.
The connector is original and has not been touched.
I don't know.

Information at time of most recent stator failure:  (Only fill this in if you have had a stator failure.)

7.    Odometer reading at time of most recent stator failure:

    Miles   Kms

8.    Check here if at the time of stator failure, you had additional lights or electrical accessories.

In total, these required approximately watts.

9.    Check here if at the time of stator failure, you had aftermarket engine covers.

10.    Condition of wiring at time of failure:

a) AGC Connector (in front of battery)

This connector and/or wiring was shorted out or burnt.

The connector had been replaced with soldered connections.
The connector had been replaced with bullet connectors or other friction-type connectors.
The original connector had been packed with dielectric grease.
I had a Campbell harness or other replacement for the connector and wiring.
The connector was original and had not been touched.
I don't know.

b) Regulator Connector (under false tank)

This connector and/or wiring was shorted out or burnt.

The connector had been replaced with soldered connections.
The connector had been replaced with bullet connectors or other friction-type connectors.
The original connector had been packed with dielectric grease.
I had a Campbell harness or other replacement for the connector and wiring.
The connector was original and had not been touched.
I don't know.

11.    Additional factors that you feel may have contributed to the stator failure:

 Comments:


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