Starter Ground Connector


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Johnny Irish
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Starter Ground Connector

Postby Johnny Irish » Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:13 am



Hi everyone I'm new to the site as well as a beginner rider I'm 52 allways dreamed of riding took the motorcycle coarse in my nieborhood college CSI and got my licence went on line and in my price range witch was low lol found this awesome looking bike and fell in Love with it immediately I had no idea what I was in for because that bike is a 1978 Gl1000 Goldwing then went on line again and found this web site anyway the screw that connected the starter cable at the starter is kinda stripped think I did it by being unfamiliar with shifting cause I got big feet and it's right next to shifter I looked for the part but not listed the screw seems ok but the washers spent ?



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rooferx
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Location: pasadena,,MD
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Re: Starter Ground Connector

Postby rooferx » Mon Sep 03, 2012 7:11 pm

Welcome to the group from Pasadena Maryland,,wish i could help im still green here and dont know much,,lol,,but im sure you will get the answer your looking for..

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Fred Camper
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Re: Starter Ground Connector

Postby Fred Camper » Mon Sep 03, 2012 9:12 pm

If the screw boss is still okay, just replace the washer and nut if required and tighten it back up. Doubt you did it with your feet. That boss has in insulator to keep it from grounding on the case, so be sure that is still effective.

Johnny Irish
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Re: Starter Ground Connector

Postby Johnny Irish » Tue Sep 04, 2012 5:50 am

Thanks Fred yup the screw boss was still good did what you said so far so good thanks again




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