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Gl1000 carbs rebuilt, at start up, revs to 3k, wont throttle down, help!!


happened on mine, turned out one of the carb pistons/liders was put back wrong, (it was late and dark), the piston/slider in the carb was stuck half open

Mar 11, 2013 | 1983 Honda GL 1100 Innerstate Gold Wing

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How do i turn idel down


MAKE SURE YOUR THROTTLE CABLE IS NOT TOO TIGHT FIRST.
IF THATS NOT THE PROB, THERE ARE IDLE ADJ SCREWS ON THE CARB TURN COUNTER CLOCKWISE TILL ITS WHERE YA WANT IT

Jan 14, 2013 | 1980 Honda GL 1100 Innerstate Gold Wing

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2010 Gold Wing Throttle adjustment. i have too


There are adjustment dials at the throttle. You do want about an 1/16 `loose throttle' before it kicks in.

Feb 14, 2011 | 2008 Honda GL 1800 Gold wing Deluxe

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How do you lube the throttle cables on a 1981 honda goldwing gl 1100. problem is a sticky throttle.


Hello,

This is a relatively common procedure on many bikes.

1. Remove the screws that clamp the throttle control/switch housing together to gain access to the cable ends. Disconnect the cables from the throttle grip assembly
2. Make a cone of stiff paper and tape it to the end of the cable sheath
3. Hold the cable upright and pour a small amount of thin oil (SAE 10W-30 works fine) into the cone. Work the cable in and out of the sheath for several minutes to help the oil work its way down to the end of the cable.
4. Remove the cone and reconnect the throttle cables, and control/switch housing, and adjust the cables.

That's all there is to it.

Hope this helps. If you find this information useful, please vote on this post. Thank you.

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Oz

Jan 13, 2011 | 1981 Honda GL 1100 Gold Wing

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Why is my 1988 1500 so hard to start new plugs , new fuel pump ,new filters , and carbs redone


Without the benefit of actually being able to look at a few things on the bike, I can only give you an idea. Since everything is new, there are two areas that could be a problem. The areas are in the fuel and compression areas.

I see you said that you had the carbs redone but the Gold Wing carbs have a reputation for not holding up very well. The carbs may have be rebuilt but they still might not be in the best shape. One other thing, since the bike uses an enricher system to start the engine instead of a choke, try starting the bike with the enricher on and the throttle fully closed. Some people try to "crack" the throttle when using the enricher circuit and this negates the purpose of the enricher. Leave the throttle completely closed and try that. Make sure the enricher works on both carbs too.

Next, you didn't say how many miles you have on the bike. Did you have a compression test run on the engine? If you have worn rings, a cam timing belt that is stretched, or valves that are not seating very well, you could be suffering from low cranking compression. This is cranking compression down around 50 psi or so. This is caused by the compression leaking down at the slow piston speeds when you're trying to get the engine started. Once started, the engine will run rather well but getting it started is a job. It might be time for a top end rebuild with new rings, cam drive belt, and valve job.

Dec 05, 2009 | 1988 Honda GL 1500 Gold Wing

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Can't remember how the throttle housing went back together. Is there an exploded diagram for the 81 GL Interstate throttle?


You should be able to go to www.bikebandit.com and look up your bike. It will give you an exploded diagram of the throttle like you need.

Jul 17, 2009 | 1981 Honda GL 1100 Innerstate Gold Wing

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Still looking idea on WOT relay. Cuts power to A/C compressor, controlled by PCM


Wide open throttle signal goes to PCM from the TPS, throttle position sensor. mounted on throtle body

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Throttle Position Sensor The throttle position (TP) sensor (Figure 39) is a rotary potentiometer or Hall-effect sensor that provides a signal to the PCM that is linearly proportional to the throttle plate/shaft position. The sensor housing has a three-blade electrical connector that may be gold plated. The gold plating increases corrosion resistance on terminals and increases connector durability. The TP sensor is mounted on the throttle body. As the TP sensor is rotated by the throttle shaft, four operating conditions are determined by the PCM from the TP. Those conditions are closed throttle (includes idle or deceleration), part throttle (includes cruise or moderate acceleration), wide open throttle (includes maximum acceleration or de-choke on crank), and throttle angle rate.

Jul 02, 2009 | Lincoln Town Car Cars & Trucks

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Starting problems


Auto or manual choke? Could be out of adjustment. Cold engine idle speed may be too low. Fouled sparkplugs may be producing a weak spark (always buy high quality plugs). Maybe a weak coil. Make sure it's covered at night. Do they sell electric dipsticks for MC's? Hope you find the problem. Good Luck.

Nov 20, 2008 | 1982 Honda GL 1100 Gold Wing

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