Hey DB & Techdude I'm just wondering if this is the issue i'm having with my 2004 1800 Goldwing when I take the bike for ride and get it warmed up the temperature gauge rises almost to the H when I stop or idling and then when I take off to ride the gauge would come back down to normal and stay normal till I stop again and this all started happening after I had gotten stuck in stop and go traffic for over a hour that's when this 1st started happening and now it does it every time I ride the bike. The fans do come on but it still stays in the high range when idling till I take off from the stop any suggestions appreciatedYes there was a fix at this point. Techdude2000 from GL1800 forums (who is know as the GL1800 DR) said that the wiring and C25 connector could be the blame. He said it’s common that the C25 connector over time causes problems. Because the wing was constantly stalling and had 1 over heating issues because the fans didn’t kick on, made him believe it was an electrical problem. After examining, cleaning, disconnecting/reconnecting the C25 connector, checking for loose wires and the entire harness, I must have triggered something. I let it idle for 1 hr and took 2 20 mile trips with it and had zero problems and the fans kicked on when they needed too. I recently took a trip that was over 7 hours, over 350 miles with my fiancé, in 85 degree weather, with stop and go traffic, and the wing had no problems. So at this point it is fixed. It surely would have shown it’s ugly face after all that. Techdude said if it comes back that the problem is obvious, it’s the sensor loop down the engine or the C25 connector will need to be “re-done”. So to answer your question she is up and running, whether I fixed it permanently or by “accident”.