Question about 1982 Honda GL 1100 Gold Wing
I have an '82 GL 1100 GW Interstate. The previous owner had the carbs redone by Honda, and I just got it after it had been sitting for a few years in a garage. The previous owner had tried to start it, it wouldn't start, and a friend of his managed to get it going. However, it is firing on 2 cylinders. All wires seem to be attached to their proper spots. Does it have to do with the coil pack or other electronics? What can I do to correct the problem? I'll be glad to supply any additional information. Thanks!
Change the coils into a different order and see what happens. If it starts firing on 2 different cylinders then you know that you need to replace the coil packs
Posted on May 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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