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How to test a PM0435001 stator

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How to test a Coleman PM0435001 stator
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Small Engine
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
My generator quit producing power. I need help with test procedures in order to determine what part needs to be relaced
Expert:  Hank F. replied 1 year ago.

Hello, my name is ***** ***** I am going to assist you with this.

Testing this stator is pretty straight forward.

Unplug the stator connector at the control board.

In the connector, there are 2 white and 2 black wires.

Simply ohm across the black wire at pin 1, and the white wire at pin 3. You should get about 0.4 ohms.

Now ohm across the black wire at pin 7, and the white wire at pin 9. You should get about 0.4 ohms.

Now ohm from the white wire to the other white wire. You should not get continuity.

Now ohm from either white wire to a good ground. You should get no continuity.

Now do the other white wire to ground. You should get no continuity.

Now locate the connector that has the 2 yellow wires, and unlug it.

Ohming from one yellow to the other, you should get about 2.1 ohms.

From either yellow to ground, eihter yellow to one white, from one yellow to the other white, should all show no continuity.

If any of these tests fail, the stator is bad.