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Old 02-04-2013, 07:33 PM   #3616
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Old 02-05-2013, 01:10 AM   #3623
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Old 02-05-2013, 05:32 AM   #3624
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Bloody thing...

Gah, charging circuit not working on the DMW. No shed to shelter me & it while ripping it apart (I'm already ripped apart). Starting with the obvious like the charging light bypass, cut in to remove the charging light, which, if the bulb blows stops the charge getting to the battery. Swapping out the return loop & checking bullet connectors has not solved it.

Next will check the various battery connections (2xNeg/1xPos, 2x replacement rec/reg, 2xBoyer), the block connector to/from the Electrix World combination rectifier/regulator (no diode board).

Then try connections under tank, before pulling the front cover (after dropping oil cooler) and get all in under there.

General order based on ease of access.

It's not on a fuse is it?

Bloody thing.

A communal carpark surrounded by flats full of fragile freaks is not a place where test running to check for success is welcome. Bloody place.

Bloody hell.
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:38 AM   #3626
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Hey Planktonnn you are more than welcome to the Electrix World combination rectifier/regulator you sold me as i'm going back to the diode board and regulator wot motorworks sell. I got this set up on the "blue one" and want to do the same on the cafe.

I found the unit on the cafe liked to put 16 volts in to the battery and cook it. Dont know what yours was doing when working??.

Off to the dragon thursday, happy days
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:45 AM   #3627
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Gah, charging circuit not working on the DMW. No shed to shelter me & it while ripping it apart (I'm already ripped apart). Starting with the obvious like the charging light bypass, cut in to remove the charging light, which, if the bulb blows stops the charge getting to the battery. Swapping out the return loop & checking bullet connectors has not solved it....

Remember planktonnnn that the resistence of the charging light is what juices up the alternator to produce
a charge, so cutting out or bypassing that charging light will not help at all......?
Bloody thing.

Bloody place

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Old 02-05-2013, 11:48 AM   #3628
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Hey Planktonnn you are more than welcome to the Electrix World combination rectifier/regulator you sold me as i'm going back to the diode board and regulator wot motorworks sell. I got this set up on the "blue one" and want to do the same on the cafe.

I found the unit on the cafe liked to put 16 volts in to the battery and cook it. Dont know what yours was doing when working??.

Off to the dragon thursday, happy days
That'd be a good start I'll PM you to sort it, and can dig thru my electrics box & donate anything diode board-ish I find
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Old 02-05-2013, 01:26 PM   #3630
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I got this on the blue one

Diode board high output ( 2 valve twins 1970 on ) | ELA44063




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Fits ALL BMW 2-valve twins made from 1970 - 1995 and comes complete with new wires.
The High Output diode board has a massive heat sink for the large-capacity diodes giving even better cooling to ensure maximum reliability. The new wires get rid of the brittle, tired originals that can limit charging performance and cause overheating. The new red wire provides a low resistance path for the charging current to return to the battery, a frequent weakness on many aging machines. PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE 2 STANDARD MOUNTING METHODS USED BY BMW. The diode board will either be mounted on rubbers ELA58131 or directly mounted to raised pillars on the front engine casing. Larger diameter earth wires are provided for installation on rubber-mounted applications, since the original earth wires are often inadequate. On diode boards mounted directly to the engine, all four mounting points are at earth potential.
This is the same diode board that comes with the 400 W, 33 amp charging system ELA40001, so it's definitely over engineered for the stock 20 amp or less charging system.
See the picture of ELA40000 for guidance on wiring and note the earth wires are only required if the rubber diode board mounts are used.
The screws shown in the picture are not supplied.



Voltage regulator electronic standard output ( All 2 valve twins 1970 on ) | ELA44409

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