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Guys, one of you was nice enough to send me the shop manual PDF for my '76. It is much appreciated.
But I have looked all over and can't find a link to the Owner's Manual for the bike. Does anyone know where I can find it?
Thanks again, guys.
 

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that is one I do not have
 

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Lots of great information found HERE but no free downloads of the service manuals. I searched high and low before just buying one for my GL1100. And it was the bust purchase yet for this old bike of mine.

Jim
 

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Thanks Jim, but I already have the service manual.
I was hoping to find a copy of the Owner's Manual that came with
the bike when it was new.
 

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Thank you VERY much, Ceides!!!
That answered several questions I had just in the first few
minutes of paging through it!!
I really appreciated it!
 

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interesting though the picures show a head light switch on the right.
 

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no, mine is on the left and the right has a kill switch.
no "off" for the lights either
 

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I believe the bikes for the American market had no headlight switch because
by then the law was in place requiring the headlight to be on at all times.
 

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I believe the bikes for the American market had no headlight switch because
by then the law was in place requiring the headlight to be on at all times.
Correct and the download was for the French model not the North American model. Different country equals different controls.
 
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