Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade


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Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by Awex12z » Tue Dec 29, 2015 5:16 pm



HI! My name is Nicolas. I'm from Ecuador and I have an Gl1100 Aspencade. I don't know to much about this bike, but I want repair it. I search and I don't find the electric map of this bike.
I look for info about where or how person I need to talk. If someone can help me it would be so great and a big help for me
Thanks!



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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by 4wred » Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:34 am

Go to the top of the page ,click on manuals.You should find what you need there.

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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by RBGERSON » Thu Dec 31, 2015 8:27 am

what year?????..................
HAD LOTS OF GOLDWING 75-83
NOW INTO 1500'S..RIDING A 1998 SE

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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by dingdong » Thu Dec 31, 2015 10:22 am

I don't think I have ever seen a complete wiring/schematic diagram for the 83 Aspencade. The Interstate and standard yes but not the Aspencade. Not in the manuals list here either. Not even one in the NGW manuals page either.
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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by Bikerdave79 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 4:27 pm

dingdong wrote:I don't think I have ever seen a complete wiring/schematic diagram for the 83 Aspencade. The Interstate and standard yes but not the Aspencade. Not in the manuals list here either. Not even one in the NGW manuals page either.
Looking for this for my 83. The wires are a mess. I got everything figured out for the most part except one stray wire from the cluster. Black rectangular plug with 6 wires. Can't figure where it goes to save my life but not everything works on the cluster because of it. Wish I had a diagram

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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by redbug » Mon Jun 13, 2016 5:55 pm

In the 1980-83 Honda Service manual, it does show the aspencade diagram. You have two sets of six wire plugs. One plug has Black, red, blue, white, green and yellow. The other plug has Green/black, Yellow/white, green/blue, white/blue, Lite green/red, and lite blue. one set goes to pressure switches and turn signals and the other is ign. related. Are you missing a plug-in or is it hiding on you? Hope this helps.
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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by Bikerdave79 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 10:01 pm

redbug wrote:In the 1980-83 Honda Service manual, it does show the aspencade diagram. You have two sets of six wire plugs. One plug has Black, red, blue, white, green and yellow. The other plug has Green/black, Yellow/white, green/blue, white/blue, Lite green/red, and lite blue. one set goes to pressure switches and turn signals and the other is ign. related. Are you missing a plug-in or is it hiding on you? Hope this helps.
What page is that on?? I have the pdf version and I can't find any actual diagrams just vague descriptions and horrible drawings. No actual diagram with wire colors. Just how to test sensors. Doesnt say what goes where. Only one picture shows the disconnected plug but doesn't say where it goes. It's the black 6 wire plug



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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by WingAdmin » Wed Jun 15, 2016 7:43 pm

What are the colors of the wires going into the plug?

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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by redbug » Wed Jun 15, 2016 8:26 pm

Page 18-36 is the diagram. What are you trying to do, find the other end or making connections by splicing ?
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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by Bikerdave79 » Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:18 pm

redbug wrote:Page 18-36 is the diagram. What are you trying to do, find the other end or making connections by splicing ?
Just trying to find where the stupid thing plugs into. It's not the keyboard harness I was able to follow that one out and it's connected. It's the other one. I can't see where it goes to save my life. .. ugh

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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by mytown » Thu Jun 16, 2016 3:41 am

Maybe these will help.






First picture shows two 6 pin connectors going into the oval area which I think are the gauges. Second pictures shows what the numbes 1 through 7 in that oval area represent. Third picture is just more of the wiring diagram for the '83 Aspencade.

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Re: Electric Map for GL 1100 Aspencade

Post by Bikerdave79 » Thu Jun 16, 2016 5:05 am

It appears to be the one that runs to "change switch" which I'm assuming would be a gear position switch? Where is that even located? I don't remember seeing anything like that unless it's buried



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