GL1500 Water Pump


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Charlie1Horse
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1992 GL1500I Interstate

GL1500 Water Pump

Post by Charlie1Horse » Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:57 pm



When looking at Partzilla.com I see that for my 92 GL1500 Interstate there are three different water pumps.
19200 MY4 000
19200 MY4 010
19200 MY4 020
They are all the same price, $144.45 but, they don't explain the difference and I don't want to get the wrong one. The part numbers are the same for the Interstate and the Aspencade.
Can anyone explain the difference?
Russell

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Bluewaterhooker0
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Re: GL1500 Water Pump

Post by Bluewaterhooker0 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:29 am

It is my understanding that the first 5 numbers are the actual part number.
The following 3 numbers specify the vehicle it was first used on.
The final 3 numbers are differences of suppliers or production runs for the same part.
If you click on the part numbers on the Partzilla website, it will display the part number, sometimes with a photograph, but will also show the possible fitment of various model bikes the part will be compatible with.

https://www.partzilla.com/product/honda ... de865eedd5

This website might also explain some of the part number meanings. The 'MY4' in all your part numbers specify the 1992 GL1500 A/I/and SE versions.

http://www.weeksmotorcycle.com/honda-part-number.html

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Erdeniz Umman
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Re: GL1500 Water Pump

Post by Erdeniz Umman » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:20 am

Charlie1Horse wrote:
Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:57 pm
When looking at Partzilla.com I see that for my 92 GL1500 Interstate there are three different water pumps.
19200 MY4 000
19200 MY4 010
19200 MY4 020
They are all the same price, $144.45 but, they don't explain the difference and I don't want to get the wrong one. The part numbers are the same for the Interstate and the Aspencade.
Can anyone explain the difference?
Russell

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I found this information on Internet that explains the latest model replaces the previous ones.
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1992 GL1500I Interstate

Re: GL1500 Water Pump

Post by Charlie1Horse » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:20 pm

Thanks Guys,
Looks like I'll be ordering the 19200 MY4 020. This in addition to timing belts, belt tensioners, ignition coils, and carb kits. I had the air filter out and with the engine running, when I crank the throttle the slides move and looked evenly operational. I am having some trouble with the running under load. When I am accelerating, (even slightly), it seems to drop a cylinder up to about 2000 rpm. Then it smooths out and runs nicely when maintaining speed. Sometimes when I stop for lunch or at the store for a short time and return I find it runs fairly well for a little while and then starts running rough again. Until now, I could replace the spark plugs about every thousand miles, (too often), and they looked almost like new. But when I had the front tupperware off I pulled all the plug wires off and set them back in place, started the engine and began lifting the wires off, one at a time and found a good, hot, loud spark at each one except for #6 on which I couldn't even hear spark. So, I am thinking that one half of that ignition coil must be weak and causing my skipping problem. Ordering parts now.
Thanks, Russell

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