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Hi I'm new here
Sorry for my English is not very good
I have had a problem with my honda gl for 6 months ago
When I turn it on it makes a power cut and all the power goes out
In order to turn it on I need to connect it to my car
I already changed the battery, starter, rectifier and the problem persists
Does anyone know what else it could be?
 

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Near the battery is a 30 amp fuse. If it is still the dog bone fuse, change it out for a 30 amp bayonet car style fuse.
 

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Welcome to the forum. Eric is one of the forum's experts on the older Goldwings. A lot of help is available here as you troubleshoot your issue.
 
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If the battery is going dead all by itself, there is something on the motorcycle that is using power all the time.
 

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the battery does not drain it is as if it needs more force to turn onthe battery does not drain it is as if it needs more force to turn on
the motorcycle starts by directly connecting a car battery
 

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I would suggest that you have your battery load tested by someone. A battery may check good at rest but not have the capability to power the starter. As mentioned above check the main fuse and if able replace with a modern board fuse. I would also check the voltage at the starter.
 
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