1986 GL 1200 aspencade SEI


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glm3413
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1986 GL 1200 aspencade SEI

Postby glm3413 » Tue Jul 21, 2015 1:33 am



I have replaced the stator, stator connector to regulator, dog bone fuse, and several other wires and have been riding for two years after with no problem. Went out this morning after a ride yesterday and turned on key and nothing. Battery good but no 12v on ignition switch. Ran new wire from battery to ignition switch and key on and all lights and starter spins but no start. Kill switch checked and OK. Did not notice fuel pump clicking and not getting voltage to relay. Jumped 12v to pump and it clicks but will not start. Checked pulse generator connector and am getting 1.2 k between connectors. Pulled my Clymer manual and I do not understand when it references points "A", "C" and others on the schematic. Can someone explain? Another question is the red wire off of the battery that goes through my auto 30 amp fuse goes to a connector and changes to a white wire that goes up to the four pin connector into the fuse box I am getting the 12v but this wire is not shown in the schematic. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I have just joined but have read forum for years but do not see anything like this.
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virgilmobile
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Re: 1986 GL 1200 aspencade SEI

Postby virgilmobile » Tue Jul 21, 2015 8:14 am

Ill see if I have a schematic and look but as I recall there are 2 red wires at the start solenoid.One goes to the ignition switch and the other ends up at the regulator module.In the harness,that single wire is split into 2 red wires feeding the regulator plug.The start solenoid has the bonding strap in it that connects the 2 red wires together then to the 30 amp fuse.OEM has both red wires battery hot all the time.

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Re: 1986 GL 1200 aspencade SEI

Postby virgilmobile » Tue Jul 21, 2015 9:23 am

I also see that the black/white leaving the kill switch should have battery volts while cranking...It feeds the ignition coils and ignition module...

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Re: 1986 GL 1200 aspencade SEI

Postby glm3413 » Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:18 am

Virgilmobile
I had checked the kill switch and it worked but I had not traced the blk/white wire. It had broke and the 12v was not getting to the coils or ignition module. That was it.
Thanks for the response as this was driving me crazy.

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virgilmobile
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Re: 1986 GL 1200 aspencade SEI

Postby virgilmobile » Fri Jul 24, 2015 10:33 am

Great news.Where was the break?
And good job done.!!!

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Re: 1986 GL 1200 aspencade SEI

Postby Right Winger » Sun Aug 09, 2015 8:47 pm

I know this is and old post . But where did the black and white wire brake at ? What part of the circuit ? Thanks :?




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