Question about 1996 Honda GL 1500 SE Gold Wing
What is the best way to open the system to retreive the tape? Is there a manual that shows how to access the tape player?
Remove the two small bolts under the front edge of the seat, open the fuel door and release the two levers on each side to release the hood. Remove the two black filler panels below the handlebars. Lift up on the center hood, disconnect the plugs and antenna from the front of the radio system. Remove the ground wire from the radio mountng screw. You should be able to remove the fairing hood completely. Take the whole thing to a radio repair shop.
Installation (of course) is the reverse. Be sure the plugs are inserted completely in the radio.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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