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Am getting no 12 volt to relay - GL 1200 Gold Wing Honda Motorcycles

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  • William H Boyd Apr 12, 2011

    1200 goldwing good bat relay for fuel pump no blown fuse is it possible to wire pump with a switch and what problems would result

  • William H Boyd Apr 12, 2011

    i will try anything at this point Tks William

  • William H Boyd Apr 12, 2011

    i will try anything at this point Tks William



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HI there wboyd6220. Fisrt off I need to know what motorcycle, which relay, have you checked the battery, and have you checked the ignition switch if it has one. If you can provide more details about this and any other symptoms we will be able to help you out.

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

  • Kelly Comstock
    Kelly Comstock Apr 12, 2011

    Yeah you can hotwire the fuel pump with a switch. I have done it with a few vehicles.

  • Kelly Comstock
    Kelly Comstock Apr 13, 2011

    No problem. The switch will also work as an anti theft as well. Sorry about the delay getting back to you, had a 13 hour day at work.



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