Question about Honda GL 1200 Interstate Gold Wing Motorcycles
If you are not going to work or fix in the engine, just do a oil and filter change, make sure you are using a good recommended quality oil.
This is only if there is not water bodies in the oil, such as the oil does not have some milky liquid flowing in oil when you are changing the oil.
If that the case does your bike use coolant for cooling (use a radiator?), if so you must follow the coolant pipes and find out whether you have any crack anywhere the coolant passes.
As you have not described what kind of bike we are talking about, my answer is just a general suggestion. Cheers. Do not forget to mark thumbs up.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
Testimonial: "Thank you for your feedback, the oil is not milky and it is a Honda Gold Wing 1200, "
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