Information and questions on GL1100 Goldwings (1980-1983)
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- Motorcycle: 1980 gl 1100 Std. Vetter
Yes. About 4 inches behind the pressure switch (and directly in line with it), and facing the back of the engine, there's a plug screwed in-it's about 3/4 inch in diameter, and takes a Allen wrench to remove it. That goes directly into the same oil passage as the oil light switch. I had mine out during engine rebuild-it's a cleanout port. You can adapt that pipe size to any size you want. With a quality Allen wrench of the correct size and a small pipe for leverage, it's not to difficult to remove. When reinstaling, carefully clean all factory sealant (hardened) from threads, because, this area of oil passage is down stream from the oil filter. Use pipe thread sealer on male threads, but, don't put sealer on the vary end of the pipe, because it may contaminant oil passage.
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