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post #11 of 59 (permalink) Old 09-28-2017, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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Make sure all the Battery connections are clean and THIGHT !!!!
Yep just cleaned everything and tighten it back up, same problem flashing yellow engine light, I'm kind of shocked nobody here as mentioned a possible fuel pump problem? Is there a fuse for that? Again doesn't seem like I'm hearing sounds that I normally heard when I turn the key over. And I don't necessarily believe AutoZone that the battery might not be the issue, but it does sound like it's having plenty of cranking power
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So if the engine light flashing is some kind of a code, I watched it, I have one flash that stays on for a while and then nine short flashes and then it shuts off any help much appreciated on what the heck this is
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Trike Lady has recently posted the interpretations for the light flashes.
Your mileage puts you close to the 12000 mile service point. If you can get it to start and ride it to the dealer, perhaps they can fix it all.

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Trike Lady has recently posted the interpretations for the light flashes.
Your mileage puts you close to the 12000 mile service point. If you can get it to start and ride it to the dealer, perhaps they can fix it all.
Yeah digging deeper it looks like it's code 19 which is an ignition pulse generator, assuming that the codes of the same on the Goldwing 1800gl to the F6B ,another Goldwing forum said you didn't have to tear everything down to get to it, and replace it, but the service manual looks like about 10 man hours alone in service, the part looks cheap though. Wow did not expect this! I thought that's why people got wings, for the low no maintenance as long as you keep up with the basic services, Damn

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@keller1234 every bike is still a complex machine with parts that sometimes go bad. When you think of everything that is involved in a motorcycle to make it what it is, they are still one of the most reliable bikes.



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Wow talk about taking a bad situation and making it a hell of a lot worse, I thought I'd go ahead and trickle charge my battery overnight and did so. Came out and tried to start it, again same thing started flashing code, went to try to start it one more time, a small pop and now it's completely dead! I check the ignition fuse and it looks good, I guess she's getting towed to the dealership today
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Did you check your shorts ?

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I'll check my shorts after I get the bill from the dealership. It was towed in but they can't look at it until Monday of course, guess that's why everybody wants extended warranties?
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It should not cost you a dime unless they find dirty shorts in the system.

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Well I said everybody wants extended warranties, I have zero warranty on this baby! So yes holding my breath, if it's under 500 bucks I'll be jumping for joy I'm planning on 500 to 2 Grand based on what I've read.
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