Fuel Filter 1800 Goldwing


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MarkBirm
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Fuel Filter 1800 Goldwing

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Is there a need to change the filter? If there is, where is it located? How hard would it be?
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if it is not having fuel starvation issues, don't worry about it.

if you suspect water, use some SeaFoam in a tank or two.
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The GL1800 does not have a fuel filter as such. It is a screen incorporated as part of the fuel pump and is not a normally serviceable item.
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Okay, I had heard that but just wanted to verify it with the people I trust,
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