Oil Pickup Screen


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Oil Pickup Screen

Postby Dakotaman » Tue Jan 22, 2013 3:25 pm



I have a service manual for 1980 to 1983 Goldwings. What I would like to know, is the oil pickup screen in the same place on a Standard wing as any other 1983? All I see on mine is a cover just ahead of my brake pedal, just before the right side heads.



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Re: Oil Pickup Screen

Postby WingAdmin » Tue Jan 22, 2013 5:10 pm

That's it. You have to remove that cover to get to it. It's the same on all 1100 engines.

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Re: Oil Pickup Screen

Postby Dakotaman » Tue Jan 22, 2013 5:33 pm

I'll have to look again, but the cover I'm seeing is sort of behind what looks like the fuel pump. It has four bolts, but I don't see prying the frame helping there. I will take another look at it, but this cold weather doesn't help in an unheated garage. Thanks from a newbie!!!

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Re: Oil Pickup Screen

Postby Greg_C » Tue Jan 22, 2013 5:59 pm

Greeting from Nova Scotia and another cold garage!

I just removed and cleaned my oil pick-up screen ... 3 of the four bolts that hold the cover on will come free and clear of the engine, however the bolt that is closest to the front of the bike cannot be removed because it interferes with the frame... I ended up using a hack saw to remove the bolt because I was confused / uncertain as to how to get it out ... I was told by WingAdmin that this 4th bolt can be removed by prying out the frame from the engine on that side to give you sufficient clearance to get the bolt out... you need to remove the large bolt that holds the frame to the engine and also loosen the engine/frame bolt at the rear of the engine ... gently pry the engine and frame apart with the crow bar ... then back out the 4th bolt.... remove the pry bar .... use a shorter bolt in that location to avoid having to use the pry bar the next time ... if you are not the 1st owner of the bike, the previous owner may have already done this and swapped the longer bolt for the short one... hope this helps... and good luck

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Re: Oil Pickup Screen

Postby Dakotaman » Tue Jan 22, 2013 6:56 pm

I went out again and looked for it. It seems to be behind the bottom frame, and behind the exhaust pipes that go to the heads. Did you undo all that stuff to actually get to it. I'm not the original owner, I am the third owner. I will ask where I bought it, if they can tell me if they have done this to it for the previous owner. He always brought his there to get it serviced. I am a tinkerer, but not a mechanic, although I wish I were. Thanks for taking the time to reply!!!

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Re: Oil Pickup Screen

Postby WingAdmin » Tue Jan 22, 2013 7:51 pm

Here's what the Honda service manual says:

1. Remove the bottom front engine bolt nut on the right side. Push the bolt out of the right frame tube. Loose the right bottom engine mounting bolt.

2. Remove three oil screen cover bolts, loosen the fourth until it touches the frame.

3. Carefully flex the frame and wedge a prybar between the frame and engine. Remove the fourth bolt and oil screen cover.

CAUTION: Do not flex the frame more than necessary to prevent frame damage. Also, be careful not to damage the engine case.

NOTE: Loose the left engine mount bolts if the frame cannot be flexed enough.

4. Remove the oil screen.

Installation:

1. Clean and install the oil screen.

2. Install the oil screen cover. Replace the original front oil screen cover bolt with one about 3mm shorter and the frame will not have to be flexed for future removal.

3. Remove the prybar, push the bottom front engine bolt back into places and install nut.

4. Torque the lower rear and front engine mount bolts to 44 ft-lb.





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Re: Oil Pickup Screen

Postby WINGER3 » Tue Jan 22, 2013 8:26 pm

Just thinking, if I run a can of sea foam thru my engine, will that take care of cleaning the screen? Bob :mrgreen:
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Re: Oil Pickup Screen

Postby Dakotaman » Tue Jan 22, 2013 11:05 pm

Thanks for the info guys. I do appreciate it. Looks like it could be done fairy easy, so now I have an idea how to do it.

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Re: Oil Pickup Screen

Postby WingAdmin » Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:51 pm

WINGER3 wrote:Just thinking, if I run a can of sea foam thru my engine, will that take care of cleaning the screen? Bob :mrgreen:


It depends on what is in the screen! If it's sludge...perhaps. If it's metal or clutch disc particles - not a chance.

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Re: Oil Pickup Screen

Postby nasaldave » Thu Sep 04, 2014 4:22 pm

what is the other cover, higher and to the right, with a solid plastic gasket behind it, almost directly behind the fuel pump. I need to know just before I may destroy it.




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