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|Daniel||This rider is not charging the battery. What part is the equivalent of an alternator on small engines.
|Jerry||Most modern small engines use an have an alternator, with a ring of rotating magnets under the flywheel, and with a stationary alternator coil setup mounted to the engine. You usually have to remove the flywheel to get at the 'working' parts. That said. The stuff under the flywheel rarely fails. It's usually a loose or blown fuse, frayed/defective wiring, or a bad regulator or battery. Look for wires coming from under the flywheel area [ the ignition module wires are coming from there, too] and you should be able to find when your regulator. Like I said, look for the obvious loose/blown fuse, or wire pulled off first.
|Jerry||Sorry about all the typo's and gramatical errors. I should learn to proofread what I type before I post something.