Question about 1983 Honda GL 1100 Gold Wing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a sight window on the right side of the engine by the brake pedal. It may look brown or black. There is a screw in the window that operates a wiper inside the window. Once the window is clean, you should see an upper and lower level mark. You might want to consider purchasing a dip stick kit from J.C. Whitney. They are available for about $25.
Be sure to put the bike on center stand for oil check.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: brushes in starter
Yes. It can be done. The starter motor is located outside the engine block so it should be easy to take it out. from there, you may disassemble the starter motor and replace the carbon brush as you wish.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
SOURCE: 1983 goldwing 1100 hard to start
Did the old battery not have this problem? Need more of a description of the problem though.
Does the battery turn the motor over acceptably, and it just won't fire? Or does it seem to lack the current to turn the motor over?
For potential battery conditions, check voltage at battery, then check voltage at starter--if you lose too much, check the yellow triple wire connector right by the battery for corrosions/breaks, etc. Many have had trouble with this little connector set and most opt to replace the connector completely with a solid hard wiring.
There are many possibles on hard starts- if a physical problem, like the battery appears to not have enough power, make sure you've got good oil (to reduce friction of the innards, uses less power to crank). Also, make sure there's not a build up of fuel in a cylinder that causes a HYDRO LOCK--making it almost impossible for the starter to turn the motor over.
Start from NEUTRAL, not from geared with clutch lever held in--
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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