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item 10 in exploded view

Postby imalbcnu2@msn.com » Mon Nov 23, 2015 2:18 am



I have a 1983 Gl1100 interstate I am restoring. I am having fuel delivery problems. I have douched the tank and resealed it. cleaned the petcock, and at one point had fuel in the line.. However. once at the fuel pump nothing happened . so I came back online read some articles and proceeded to remove and inspect the fuel pump. When I got the fuel pump and tach assembly off the bike. I noticed there was a small roll pin laying on the floor. I can see it in an exploded view however I cannot figure out where it goes in reassembly. any input or picture is appreciated.
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Re: item 10 in exploded view

Postby roadwanderer2 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:26 am

if your talking about #4 being the "roll pin", that is your tachometer gear. #10 is the tachometer gear thrust washer. i might be able to find out about where and how it goes back in, but it wont be until later this afternoon when mother Honda in California opens so i can call them and get a "spec page" for its reinstallment. i can ask them to send me the page in a PDF and either post it or fwd it to you in a pm.


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Postby imalbcnu2@msn.com » Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:32 am

Thank You much appreciated here.

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Postby roadwanderer2 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:37 am

imalbcnu2@msn.com wrote:Thank You much appreciated here.



not a problem. i have to wait until at least noon here for them to open there so i can give them a call.

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Postby roadwanderer2 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 1:33 pm

OK, i called mother Honda and they were no help at all. let me ask you a question..........where your photo shows part # 3, is there a slot in that part that your tachometer gear would slide into? because from what your pic shows where you have the fuel pump facing the camera, it shows a gear that meshes with the crankshaft output gear on your motor, or would fit somewhere in between part #'s 6, 7, and 3. the only other thing i can do is print out of your posting and the pic you have of your exploded fuel pump, take it to Honda dealership which is about 25 miles away and have one of their techs take a look at it and try to explain where it goes, come back here and try to explain it to you. other than that, i cant help ya. maybe wingadmin knows more about it than i do. my i suggest you send him a pm and describe what your trying to do so he might be able to help you better.

can you take a pic of that roll pin you found so i can see what it looks like and copy that too. it's possible it might be a dowel fitting pin that has nothing to do with the actual fuel pump. let me see what i can find out about it. its also possible it might be in the repair manual in the "engine removal" section

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Re: item 10 in exploded view

Postby imalbcnu2@msn.com » Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:20 pm

will shoot in the morning and post picture.

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Postby roadwanderer2 » Tue Nov 24, 2015 3:41 am

okie dokie.

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Re: item 10 in exploded view

Postby imalbcnu2@msn.com » Sat Dec 05, 2015 12:25 pm

I went to shoot the pic and started taking a closer look after cleaning everything up. Once clean I noticed you were right.. that piece slid out when I removed the tach cable. Greased it reassembled and working fine. thanks for the advice. Now on to the ignition.

I got all the electrics and cb, am/fm Radio working, got fuel to pump after cleaning out that part of the system. now at spark to plugs. . At this point , I have no spark, I do at the exhaust feel the compression.. I checked the spark plug wires at the plug there is no rust in the cap. thinking must test and pull coils to see if there is any corrosion at the coil. also, need to check regulator..

Have replaced boss fuse ,was rusted replaced with brand new cables and installed a new starter. everything is fine to this point and turns over fine.
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Re: item 10 in exploded view

Postby roadwanderer2 » Sat Dec 05, 2015 8:45 pm

OK, that's great. glad to hear you finally got that fuel pump back together. now what i would do since you can get it to turn over, take a spare spark plug, connect it to one of the plug wires, and while its outside the cylinder head, try cranking the engine and look at the spark plug to see if it has any spark arching across the electrode. do that with each of the plugs one at a time. you might find out which one of your coils, (if any of them) could be bad. its possible that you might have a bad voltage regulator/rectifier, but one thing at a time.

keep us posted on your progress.

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Re: item 10 in exploded view

Postby imalbcnu2@msn.com » Tue Dec 08, 2015 8:59 pm

okay will give that a try tomorrow.

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Re: item 10 in exploded view

Postby wingman12 » Wed Dec 09, 2015 12:01 am

Nice bike, I am wishing you many, many happy trails. From reading all of the posts, I have the feeling that perhaps your kill switch is in the off position?? Only a hunch, more times than not, I am wrong. :D :D




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