My son & I just replaced my Stator on the weekends. All back together now. Starts & Runs !
I have a [b]coolant leak [b] at the lowest bolt on the Output Shaft Access Plate.
I pulled the plate off, just the plate, and can't see anything relating to a leak.
I don't know what to do next. Need the bike tomorrow for a city wide run/parade, but it looks like I'll be in the bleachers instead of on the seat.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Information and questions on GL1200 Goldwings (1984-1987)
- Sponsored Links
3 posts • Page 1 of 1
- Posts: 21
- Joined: Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:55 am
- Location: Great Bend, Kansas
- Motorcycle: 1986 GL1200 Interstate Voyager Trike
There is no coolant leak @ the plate. Just stuff dripping down from somewhere above. Slept on it last night and realized I was way off base. Pulling off the gas tank cover this morning to see if I can find the actual source of the leak. Hopefully it's just a hose connection I overlooked @ reassembly.
- Site Admin
- Posts: 17393
- Joined: Fri Oct 03, 2008 4:16 pm
- Location: Strongsville, OH
- Motorcycle: 2000 GL1500 SE
1982 GL1100A Aspencade (sold)
1989 PC800 (wife's!)
1998 XV250 Virago (sold)
2007 Aspen Sentry Trailer
That's a common thing to happen. You identify a leak somewhere down at the bottom of the engine, but the leak is actually way up top. My wife's PC800 had an oil leak that I at first thought was a seal near the bottom, but ended up being leaky cam plugs in the head way up at the top.
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: Rednaxs60 and 1 guest