Hesitation 2000 SE

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Hesitation 2000 SE

Postby huttner1 » Tue Jun 16, 2009 12:09 pm

Hi guys first time to sight, my 2000 SE has a hesitation until it reaches full operation temp
My Local dealer says this is normal to keep choke 1/5 on until then and shut it off ?? Any help?? should I seek new dealer? Or is there a fix I can do here thx H

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Re: Hesitation 2000 SE

Postby WingAdmin » Wed Jun 17, 2009 9:57 am

The Goldwings are cold-blooded - they don't like to run until they are nice and warm. Mine does the exact same thing as you describe, and I'm pretty sure your dealer is right - just crack the choke until the bike is nice and warm.

I just let mine sit and warm up in the driveway until it's at normal operating temperature, then I can ride with no hesitation or problems.

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Re: Hesitation 2000 SE

Postby huttner1 » Wed Jun 17, 2009 10:50 am

hmmm thank you H

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Re: Hesitation 2000 SE

Postby siebo » Sun Sep 13, 2009 3:07 pm

I have 1989 gl1500 and mine does the same thing except it does it all the time, warm or cold. Any fixes or is that normal.

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Re: Hesitation 2000 SE

Postby bikerbruce46 » Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:19 pm

My 88 also has the hesitation. 4 degree trigger wheel did not help. This has evidently solved the problem for most. There is a service bulletin from 1988 but the dealer said he would have to order the parts separately and it would be expensive. I may try cleaning the carbs this winter to see if that will help.

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