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Can anyone help please A friend visiting fron western australia was informed by the local Honda Shop (they dont know much about Goldwings) that the Stator was burnt out and the Engine has to be removed to change .

is this correct

the Bike is a goldwing aspencade 1200 (i dont know the year )
 

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the dealer is correct, the motor has to come out or be turned sideways int the frame to get at it
 

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From personal (and expensive) experience, I can tell you the motor has to come out!
 

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you should pull the motor, remove the rear cover, install a new stator, or like I did, keep going, and take a year and a half to put the motor back together again.
 

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Ended up pulling mine twice, first stator was bad from factory, :doh:I got good at it too! Just remember to snip off the connector and hard wire the whole mess
 

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Have them make sure it is the stator and not just the connector burned up. It's likely it is the stator but there is the possibility it is not.
 

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ferguswingnut wrote:
Ended up pulling mine twice, first stator was bad from factory, :doh:I got good at it too! Just remember to snip off the connector and hard wire the whole mess
same here, but was worth it



mark:waving:
 

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Stator issues are the biggest downside to the 1200's.
 
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