Part numbers for my 2000 Goldwing.


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Part numbers for my 2000 Goldwing.

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Good day to all. I'm curious if someone can help me find part numbers or locate 2 things for my 2000 Goldwing. The starter switch on the right side handlebar. mine has quit disengaging and as a result, burned out the starting solenoid. So I need 2 items, the switch and the solenoid. I'll say thank you in advance for any help.

Mike McDonald.
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Mike
The handlebar switch is no longer available for the SE or the Aspencade(you didn't specify which model you have of the gl1500......) #4 is the handlebar switch assembly.
First picture is the SE and 2nd picture is the Aspencade part numbers.(the last 3 numbers/alpha are different for each model as the SE has lighted switches and Aspencade doesn't.
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You could carefully take apart your switch and clean it. Use a 1 or 2 gal baggie to put the switch in to capture flying springs from flying away on you to neverland.....
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#11 & #12 are the starter relays(replace both)
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mikemcd wrote: Tue Feb 15, 2022 4:30 pm Good day to all. I'm curious if someone can help me find part numbers or locate 2 things for my 2000 Goldwing. The starter switch on the right side handlebar. mine has quit disengaging and as a result, burned out the starting solenoid. So I need 2 items, the switch and the solenoid. I'll say thank you in advance for any help.

Mike McDonald.
Vashon Washington.
I have a complete switch assembly for the right handlebar. No longer have the 1500. Will take pic this afternoon. CDN postage and $30.00 USD for it - collecting dust. PM me.
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Here are pics of the handlebar switch assembly. In very good condition, bought thinking some of the switch controls could be used on my '85 Limited Edition, but no.








The red connector has 7 pins, the brown has 6.
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Yes Sir I'll take the switch, I send a Chase Bank Cashiers check in an overnight letter as soon as you provide the address. Thank you in advance.

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Get yourself some CRC Electrical Contact Cleaner. You can find it at Wal Mart, Home Depot, and any auto parts store. Spray it in the starter switch when you get it. Work the switch a bunch and spray some more in there. That will clean the crud off the contacts, so they do not stick like your old switch did. Do the same for the up/down cruise control switches. Do not use WD 40! That is not a cleaner, it will just collect more road crud and make things worse!
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+1 on the CRC contact cleaner. It works better than anything else I've tried, and won't gum things up like WD-40 does.
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Also here CRC Elec Cleaner.
But don't plan on storing it, I had 2 cans sitting on the shelf over a year (less than 2 years & at different times), both self emptied.
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FM-USA wrote: Mon Feb 28, 2022 1:04 pm Also here CRC Elec Cleaner.
But don't plan on storing it, I had 2 cans sitting on the shelf over a year (less than 2 years & at different times), both self emptied.
Are you in the frozen north and storing the cans out in the cold temps?
I've not had the cans self empty......
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Me neither, I have several cans, and one in the garage is probably years old (it's actually rusty!) but still has pressure and cleaner inside it.
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I have a can that is probably 5 years old and is still at least 1/4 full.
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Guess I'm unlucky and got 2 leak'rs, tho they did come from the same store.
I have very rarely used spray cans from the early 1990s that still work.
Doubt I'll ever use up the 'Stop-Squeek' belt dressing spray. :? I wonder if it work to stop rugs from sliding?

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