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Do you know what the stator wiring looks like? The engine model shows various stators, and the difference is the light wiring. A dual stator, has output for the battery and wire for the lights. The lights only get voltage when the engine is running.
Are you checking for voltage at the light switch with engine running? Meter would need to be on DC volts, black lead to ground, red lead to the input of the switch.
Where is the light switch input? Direct from stator? If so, check the stator for voltage, no voltage, the stator needs to be replaced, or power the keyswitch from the starter solenoids posiitve post.
No voltage coming from the fuse , to the light switch?
You can change input to the light switch from the second wire at solenoid.
Yes, or just probe the wire before the diode with meter on AC volts.
No, if it has diodes, it has no recifier/
No, if no output from the stator, it is not a grounding issue.
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