83 honda goldwing gl1100 am I starting in the right place


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83 honda goldwing gl1100 am I starting in the right place

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I recently inherited a goldwing that's been sitting for about years ago. When the other owner had it the stator went (that's what he thought) so I got it home yesterday and charged the battery to see if I could get it to start. No go the bike will crank but it won't turn over.

So this weekend I plan on spending some time with it. I'm thinking I'm going to check the spark plugs and test the fuel pump. I'm also planning on doing an oil change as well but I was curious if anyone else had any ideas on places to start.


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Drain the old gas too while your at it. Take a look in the tank for rust as well.
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And change the Timing Belts before getting it started!

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JackLeach wrote: Fri Jul 16, 2021 5:28 am I recently inherited a goldwing that's been sitting for about years ago. When the other owner had it the stator went (that's what he thought) so I got it home yesterday and charged the battery to see if I could get it to start. No go the bike will crank but it won't turn over.

So this weekend I plan on spending some time with it. I'm thinking I'm going to check the spark plugs and test the fuel pump. I'm also planning on doing an oil change as well but I was curious if anyone else had any ideas on places to start.https://omegle.onl/ vshare

issue got solvedd
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1000% change the timing belts before running it any further!
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JackLeach wrote: Fri Jul 16, 2021 5:28 am I recently inherited a goldwing that's been sitting for about years ago. When the other owner had it the stator went (that's what he thought) so I got it home yesterday and charged the battery to see if I could get it to start. No go the bike will crank but it won't turn over.

So this weekend I plan on spending some time with it. I'm ometv omegle thinking I'm going to check the spark plugs and test the fuel pump. I'm also planning on doing an oil change as well but I was curious if anyone else had any ideas on places to start.
thank you! the issue has been solved.
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So what was the issue?
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Sig45227 wrote: Wed Jul 21, 2021 8:25 pm So what was the issue?
And have you changed the timing belts yet??
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