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I have a 94 Goldwing and it keeps dying on me while I'm riding. It seems like I get about 20 miles on it first thing then it dies. I'll let it sit for about 5 mins and it'll start right up and drive about 10 more miles and do it again. I can feel it spudder alittle before it just dies. Every once in awhile I can put the choke down when it starts spuddering and I can keep it from dying. I've tried taking the fuel cap off thinking a vapor lock and I put a new battery in it today. It's still doing it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks,
 

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hi there, ditto on the fuel filter. open the fuel fill lid,the fuel filter is located on the right side of the opening. see if it looks dark.
 

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dirty carbs, plugged air filter, crankcase breather never been drained
 

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In addition to the above mentiond problems. your bike has a vacume operated auto fuel shut off valve mounted just in front of the gas cap. Easy to repair with a $25.00 rebuild kit. Could be a vacume leak, collapsing fuel line (On the inside) or an electrical component failing when it warms up.
Luck to you and keep your ride on.
 

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may be just a bad vacume line or the line is loose, good call lonewolftx
 

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Fuel filter, if it was the alternator the battery would be dead and not charge up enough after 10 minutes to start the bike.
 
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