Help Needed for GL1200 LTD


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dave698r
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Motorcycle: 1985 goldwing limited edition, 27,289 miles - GL1200

Help Needed for GL1200 LTD

Postby dave698r » Mon Jun 01, 2015 3:44 pm



Good day everyone; I need some help figuring out what wrong with my 1985 Goldwing 1200 LTD; the bike was given to me and it was in a storage building for almost years; more so, father in law said that the bike was running great in till he put it in storage. I have replace the fuel system (tank, filter and fuel lines) and verified that all fuel injectors (cleaned) are working. CFI codes are telling me that “Fuel injection and ignition timing are both stopped”, “open or short circuit” Cylinder #2, #4 - #1, #2 injector.

What is everyone thoughts and thank you all for your comments and help in advance…
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sportsfreaked
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Motorcycle: 1981 Honda Goldwing Interstate GL1100I
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Re: Help Needed for GL1200 LTD

Postby sportsfreaked » Sun Jun 07, 2015 6:28 pm

This is really a shot in the dark on my part. You said it was in storage for sometime. Have you checked all the wiring real good to make sure that no mice had gotten to any of it? They are notorious for chewing on wiring.
Thanks to all who answer and help. It is greatly appreciated!
Ed

sportsfreaked
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Re: Help Needed for GL1200 LTD

Postby sportsfreaked » Sun Jun 07, 2015 6:38 pm

If all your wiring and connections are good then I would suggest you pull out each injector and clean it real well. Make sure the needle in the injector will move freely. You can hook up the injector while it's out of the bike and see if the needled is tuck closed on it. Turn the bike on and open the throttle and see if it clicks. If it doesn't then try to use a small punch and see if you can manually move the needle.
Thanks to all who answer and help. It is greatly appreciated!
Ed


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