Question about 1996 Honda GL 1500 SE Gold Wing
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Posted on Jul 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you jump the solenoid and it doesn't turn over, it is probably a bad starter. But don't forget to make sure the neutral light is on and the kickstand switch is good.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
SOURCE: I HAVE A 1993 GL
hello, it sounds like you still have a fuel delivery problem. Either it is not getting enough fuel at that point, or something is killing the
When you say "rebuilt the carbs" did you have them ultrasonic cleaned and carb kits installed, with new jets, float needles \& seats?
Were the floats adjusted and the carbs "synched" ? This is important. Have you serviced the fuel petcock, drained and cleaned the tank for any debris restricting fuel flow. Some of the 1500's had a vacuum petcock, the rubber diaphram inside would get a hole in it and alow gas to be sucked in through the vacuum hose.
This bike has a lot of vacuum hose on it, have you inspected and checked for vacuum leaks? The hoses under the carbs are prone to leak...If it you see splits and cracks, replace it.
A good way to check for vacuum leaks is to spray carb cleaner around the carb boots, cylinder head and hoses with the engine running, if the RPM's change it has sucked some in where it is leaking. Also check your charging system, with at volt meter you should have 13.5-14.5vdc at the battery at 2500 RPM. Good wiring and proper voltage is needed for a hot spark....These are the basics things that i would troubleshoot to insure all were in good shape. The carb synchronization is important, the synch screw is located in the middle of the carbs...all the way in and back out is a good starting point...a set of synch gauges are needed to get it right though...below is a video of the procedure for a multi-carb engine. I hope this helps & good luck with your bike.
Posted on Jul 17, 2011
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