Rhino stator burned out | Side X Side World Mar 25, 2016Rhino stator burned out. If anyone has to do this you need a new generator (Yamaha' name for it) which also includes a new crankshaft position sensor, a new gasket, antifreeze, and an oil change. Some sealant and Loc-tite are also needed. Contrary to what I assumed from the manual you do not need a gear puller. Videos of rhino stator replace Click to view on YouTube2:492008 Yamaha Stater Install31K viewsYouTube · 4 years agoClick to view on YouTube11:31How to Replace the Stator on a Yamaha ATV | Yamaha YFM700 | Partzilla14K viewsYouTube · 6 months agoClick to view on YouTube3:15How To Remove Fly Wheel Removal On Rhino 660 "Easy Method"4 viewsYouTube · 4 years agoSee more videos of rhino stator replace Stator Replacement - HOTRODRHINOFORUMS - Portal Nov 21, 2013Stator Replacement. I'd expect it to be around 13.8 volts. There is a thread on how to test the stator. The stator is mounted to the cover no need to pull the fly wheel. I will be taking mine apart here the next couple days. It started in the garage and then suddenly died and lurched.[PDF] HW Yamaha Rhino HO Stator Rectifier Instructions - i HW Yamaha Rhino HO Stator Rectifier Instructions Tools Needed: 10mm socket 8mm socket 10mm wrench 17mm socket Ratchet Philips head screw driver Vise-Grips 1. Remove seats, engine cover and center floorboard section. 2. Removing the dump bed is optional but makes it easier. 3. Drain engine oil and engine coolant.