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Molded Alternator Stator - 152114

  • Part #:
    209635
  • Mfg Part #:
    152114
  • OEM/Ref#:
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Molded Alternator Stator - 152114

  • Part #:
    209635
  • Mfg Part #:
    152114
  • OEM/Ref#:
MSRP: $255.95

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Accel Molded Alternator Stator - 152114
  • High quality backed by a manufacturer's lifetime replacement warranty on all Harley models 76-05 except Twin Cam
  • Made with the finest components available
  • Made in the U.S.A.
Specifications
Part #: 209635
Mfg #: 152114
Type Stator
Units Each
Weight 2.40 lbs
Harley Davidson Part Number(s):
29987-02
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
21120419
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Resources & Manuals
Fitment for Accel Molded Alternator Stator - 152114

Part 209635 fits the following machines

Harley-Davidson
  • Electra Glide Classic - FLHTC 2002-2005
  • Electra Glide Classic Injected - FLHTC I 2002-2005
  • Electra Glide Injected CVO/SE - FLHTCSE 2004
  • Electra Glide Injected CVO/SE - FLHTCSE 2 2005
  • Electra Glide Standard - FLHT 2002-2005
  • Electra Glide Standard Injected - FLHT I 2003-2005
  • Electra Glide Ultra Classic Injected - FLHTCU I 2002-2005
  • Road Glide - FLTR 2002
  • Road Glide Injected - FLTR I 2002-2005
  • Road King - FLHR 2002-2005
  • Road King Classic Injected - FLHRC I 2003-2005
  • Road King Custom - FLHRS 2004-2005
  • Road King Custom Injected - FLHRS I 2004-2005
  • Road King Injected - FLHR I 2002-2005
  • Road King Injected CVO/SE - FLHRSE I 2002
  • Road King Injected CVO/SE - FLHRSE I 2 2003
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does this stator come wired to plug into my factory rectifier or do i have to wire it in myself?
A shopper on Apr 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The stator comes with the a new plug that connects to your regulator pigtail. Lube up the seal that goes through your primary housing with oil and it will make things a lot easier, It is easy to push the wires in to the new plug, but make sure to tug on it to make sure it's in and locked or it may not make a connection. Seems to go without saying, but it happened to me...lol
My valts have dropped what would cause that ?
Stephen A on Feb 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Check to see if you have about 60V AC at the plug between your stator and regulator while the bike is running. When I replaced my stator, I didn't have one of the female clips all of the way in the molded plug and wasn't getting voltage to the regulator. When I replaced the fried stator, I went ahead and changed the voltage regulator and put a new battery in too so we didn't have any problems on our Route 66 trip.
Is this 38 amp?
Johnny on Oct 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Should be same as stock on models listed in fitment tab
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installed stator and it burnt up in less than two weeks. installed it on a customers 2003 ultra classic
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