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Looking for an on line guide to replacement of air pump for 1995 goldwing. If no on line guide can someone help with directions on replacing the air pump.

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First remove bike from airpump then reassemble! there is no easy way to do this and it really is a case of buy a manual or in a methodical manner and a camera, strip the bike down from the rear piece by piece until you can remove the unit and fit a new one.

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