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Good morning,
I have questions regarding the ET 5 wire stator in my ‘67 Bonneville TT. I was doing some resistance readings on the stator coils and made a couple of discoveries.
In the Triumph service manual the wiring diagram shows the brown wire being common to the ignition coils as seen below.
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When I took my readings I received the following results:
Measurements made with a Fluke 87 DMM, shorted leads reading 0.1 ohms.
Blk/W to Blk/Y - 4.7 ohms
Blk/W to Brn - Open ckt
Blk/Y to Brn - Open ckt
Brn/Blu to Red - 0.6 ohms
Brn to Red - 0.6 ohms
Brn to Brn/Blu - 1.2 ohms
So the stator is obviously not wired per the manual diagram. I am aware that there are other 5 wire stators with the lighting coils separate from the ignition coils which is what I must have. Wiring diagram as below.
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The part number of my stator is 47197B
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In looking at the Lucas parts books online I was only able to find a stator with part #47197A. So, I would like to know if anyone can help me to find what stator this is and what the wiring diagram is for it. Much appreciated as always.
 

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Hi Stuart,
I am certainly a neophyte when it comes to the world of navigating through the part numbers and vendor parts associated with these British motorcycles. According to the literature I have, the Triumph parts catalog for the’67 Bonneville and TR6 range have part #47188 as the stator for the AC ignition models.

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The Lucas catalog also shows #47188A as the stator for TT models from ‘63 through ‘67 and #47197A for later ‘67 TT’s.

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If this stator has a manufacturing date of 11/69 then it is obviously a replacement part in a ‘67 motorcycle. I would still like to see a wiring diagram/schematic for this model of stator.
I am enjoying the education and challenge of this Triumph project.
 
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