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Hello everyone
I was wondering where the obd2 port is on the gl 1800.
I have a blue tooth device that can transmit my data to my android device and it works great on my suv...I can see speed 02 sensors- torch- temp- voltage- etc...
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Not OBD2 compliant. Honda (Denso) proprietary goodies needed, sad to say. But, the good news. They will be required in the near future.

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wait a minute. So there is no diagnostic port on a 2010 honda goldwing?
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06 and later have a diangostic port, but it isn't OBD compliant and only gives basic readout info with the Honda reader
Part number is TDS3557-0112-01. It doesn't do what a OBDII system reader can and it only outputs failure codes to the reader, not actual sensor readings.
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I should add that wingstuff.com sell a gear indicator that plugs into the diagnostic port. So it is apparently possible to garner at least some information out of the port.
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There is an aftermarket HDS Pocket Tester available that can readout the GL1800 DTC, freeze data, current data and other engine control module conditions.

http://www.auto-diagnostics.info/honda_hds

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Thanks for all the info guys
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Did you make progress with this? I'd love to know you got on with it.

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There is an aftermarket HDS Pocket Tester available that can readout the GL1800 DTC, freeze data, current data and other engine control module conditions.

http://www.auto-diagnostics.info/honda_hds
That is not aftermarket and not for motorcycles. (The HDS pocket tester is adapted to motorcycles) It is only available to Honda dealers (Honda techs can buy their own HDS but I pity the poor fool that did) and there are codes and updates only available through honda that without them the HDS becomes pretty much useless.

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BTW your white 1800 is lookin sweet in that pic. Looks like you are about to set off the bank angle sensor.
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