hazard warning fuse


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hazard warning fuse

Postby grizzlybear1943 » Tue Jun 17, 2014 12:12 pm



Well men its me again, unable to purchase service manual for this 97 goldwing gl1500SE, so I know there is lots of knowledge in the goldwing world. where is the hazard flasher fuse or relay located on this 97 goldwingSE. also would anyone know if a radio cassette year 88-00 would fit the mounts on the 97 goldwing SE. I might have to purchase used radio or go without music freom bike and use my ipod. again thanks for all your help.
Ben



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Re: hazard warning fuse

Postby mnet7291 » Tue Jun 17, 2014 5:13 pm

the flasher is under the trunk on top of the fender, there are 2 together one for turn signals one for flasher

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Re: hazard warning fuse

Postby Mh434 » Thu Jun 19, 2014 11:23 am

As far as the radio mounts are concerned I'd expect that all of the 1500 radios share the same mounts.

That having been said, I absolutely love the factory system in my '97 GL1500SE. It is extremely well integrated, IMHO. When I bought the bike a couple of months ago, I never thought I'd ever use the CB function, but in our recent 1000 mile or so ride, I used it constantly. The same goes for the intercom, too - it was invaluable.

Plus, you can use your iPod too, fully integrated into the system, by the simple addition of a cassette adapter.

Is your bike missing its radio, or is it broken? If it's missing, my advice would be to find one from an SE model, so you can retain all of its functions (and keep the bike's resale value up, as well). If it's broken, there are lots of places that can repair them, probably for less than the cost of a used replacement. I'm sure there are helpful folks here who could steer you toward a suitable repair place near you.

Just my humble opinion...

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Re: hazard warning fuse

Postby baumedagn » Thu Jun 19, 2014 12:31 pm

+ 1 on the mounting. Somebody more familiar than I could tell you if the harness is the same.

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Postby grizzlybear1943 » Thu Jun 19, 2014 9:29 pm

I want to thank all goldwingers who responded to my problems on my 97 goldwingSE. I removed the seat, removed left saddle bag locating the relay box and did find a blown 5amp as backup exactly where you guys said it was. after replacing the blown fuse everyhing is working, the radio, cassette and now keeps clock and radio station memorized. I am a happy camper. Now I need to locate where the hazard relay on this baby and replace it. Again, thanks for all your input.
Always Ben




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