Question about 2005 Honda CB 1300
I have 55 reg honda cb1300 digitall readout was stuck on temp icon,we disconnect plug in headlamp and reconnect got speedo reading back but now cannot adjust clock/trip etc.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Quite possibly the speed sensor has taken a dump. They're not a common failure but they're an electromechanical part and certainly can fail. They're usually on top of the transmission, with a two wire plug on them, right near the top of the transmission housing.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
usually on these cars its the ignitor in the disrtibutor,take the cap of and see what manufacturer made the ignitor(hitatchi,nippon denso,mitsubishi,etc..)any parts store should have it in stock,there should only be 2 screws holdin it in the dist.,also if there is a red coloredpowder all over inside the dist. it should be replaced also. another problem could be the main relay which is another common problem,its mounted under the drivers side dash next to the steering column about knee height,its alittle bit of a pain to get to,its about 3" long and 1" wide,its big for a relay so its kinda hard to miss,give it a whack while crankin over the car and see if it fires up,if it does i believe this relay is still a dealer item,hope this helps
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
it indicates a failure of the cooling system fan ( if fitted)
coolant is cooled by air passing through the radiator so when riding the road speed provides the air flow and so the temp is normal but when stationary there is no air flow so the temp will rise
If there is a fan fitted the check the fan,fan relay or coolant sensor for correct operation
If not fitted then it could be considered normal as there is no air movement to do the cooling
The same thing happens when the engine is shut off as there is no coolant circulation there is still residual heat in the metal of the engine and so there will be a rise in temp as that heat moves to the coolant
talk with a service center and discuss what could be a normal temp rise when stationary to determine if you have a problem
Posted on Jul 05, 2016
Sounds like the T stat is stuck open. It should run close to 100 all the time.
Posted on Jul 05, 2016
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