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Where is it??

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by Ralphumor, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. Ralphumor

    Ralphumor NRA Life Member

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    Sorry if this seems like a dumb question. I don't have good mechanical skills. I have a 1985 1200 Goldwing. Does anyone know where the fuel filter is? Any help will be nice. It is cutting out a little at 3700 RPM. I was going to change the fuel filter and the plugs and hope that fixes it. Thanks
     
  2. blackopsglock

    blackopsglock smckma

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    get yourself a Haynes manual or clymer manual for that model.

    Clymer manuals give you step by step instuctions on what to take off and put back on.Best for a begginer.IF you can take a tank off a bike,,you should be able to find the fuel filter.

    http://www.clymer.com/Book.aspx?bid=878&title=Honda+GL1200+Gold+Wing,+1984-1987
     


  3. whogasak47

    whogasak47 JPFO-GOA

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    Just happen to have one 1986. I got this image from a bike on Ebay now.

    1 look where you push the rear brake petal.

    2look up and find the chrome circle about 6 inches (on real bike)

    Right behind it you can see the filter.

    Get a Clymers AND the real Honda Shop Manual
    Mine

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    Good Luck and Ride Safe
     
  4. Halojumper

    Halojumper

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    Yes it is! :)
     
  5. Only in the proper context!



    :cool:
     
  6. Halojumper

    Halojumper

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    Exactly!

    How's things going? I haven't gone up your way in a while, so I haven't had a chance to try to touch base with you.
     
  7. Busy as heck, but 2 months to Motor School :banana: So not only will I get to ride my :harley: around, but I will get PAID to ride a :harley: around!!!:woohoo:
     
  8. Halojumper

    Halojumper

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    Nice, I just got my motorman videos, so while that won't exactly make me a motor officer, it should improve my skills on the Valk. I borrowed an earlier version from a friend and they helped tremendously.
     
  9. Yeah, I ordered the latest and I plan on getting a Northwestern instructor in to help "tutor" me before the class.

    Now that the roads have cleared finally, maybe I can get out and practice the mean lean of the big bike!!!!