Question about 2005 Honda GL 1800 Gold Wing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Nov 30, 2009
Corrosion develops inside the caliper and causes the piston(s) to stick and fail to retract when the brake lever is released.
What you will need to do is remove and disassemble the calipers. Use compressed air to remove the pistons from the calipers by applying a carefully controlled amount of air pressure to the port where the brake line was attached (be careful to not let the piston become a projectile). Carefully pry the piston seals from the groove inside the caliper bore and clean everything thoroughly with hot soap and water (SimpleGreen works well). Clean all corrosion and other contaminants from the caliper and pistons, paying close attention to the groove where the piston seal goes. Use a dental instrument or similar tool to scrape all traces of corrosion from the groove (this is the key to success).
Reassemble the calipers with new piston seals and use brake fluid to lubricate the pistons as they go in. Reinstall, top off the master cylinder with fresh brake fluid, and bleed the system. Your brakes will now function like new for the next decade or so.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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one bolt on each side, near center on back half of seat,remove them and slide seat toward the rear and lift.(some have adjusment forward and back so pay attention to position af any springs and small parts)
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
3.9 US quarts of oil is the capacity. I have not had any trouble just pouring in the full 4 quarts. You should only use a JASO MA motorcycle oil 10w-40 or 20w-50 depending on outside temperature. Any oil that says Energy Conserving on the label should not be used they will shorten wet clutch and gear life. I highly recommend synthetic oil (Amsoil , Mobil 1 [motorcycle}, etc.)they will make the bike run cooler and shift more easily. Synthetic hypoid in the final drive will reduce friction and make it run cooler and last longer too.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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