How to Replace a Honda CBR 929 Regulator Rectifier
Replacing the regulator/rectifier unit on a CBR929RR is about as simple as a Honda motorcycle repair job can get!
Watch the video above and follow the steps below to learn how to replace a Honda CBR 929RR regulator/rectifier.
Tools and Parts Needed – Honda CBR 929 Regulator-Rectifier Replacement
- Ratchet and extensions
- Assorted sockets
Honda CBR929RR Regulator/Rectifier Replacement
Step 1. Remove the rider’s seat by taking off the mounting bolt on either side.
Step 2. Remove the two bolts from the fuel tank bracket, then move the bracket out of the way to access the regulator/rectifier cable connectors beneath it.
Step 3. Disconnect the regulator and the rectifier cable connectors.
Step 4. Remove the rear seat by taking off the bolts on either side of the tail fairing and the bolts under the rear seat pivot bar.
Step 5. Remove the tail fairing by taking off the screws, bolts and fasteners securing it to the frame.
Step 6. Remove the old regulator-rectifier unit (located on the upper left side of the frame) by taking off its two mounting bolts.
Step 7. Install the new regulator/rectifier unit. Next, run the regulator/rectifier cable up through the frame and connect the regulator and the rectifier cable connectors.
Step 8. Reinstall the fuel tank bracket, the tail fairing, the rear seat, and the rider’s seat and you’re done.
Before spending money on a new regulator-rectifier for your motorcycle or ATV, it’s always a good idea to test the one you have in there first. Watch the video below to learn how to test a regulator-rectifier.