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Could some1 help me to see instructions on how to replace starter on a 2008 goldwing.

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Could some1 help me to see instructions on how to replace starter on a 2008 goldwing.

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Are you sure the starter is the issue? Not sure of your abilities but there are a dozen different things that can cause the starter not to work. What have you checked so far?
 

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Like what if I may ask.
Like, what makes you sure the starter is bad? There are many things that can cause the starter to not work from a bad battery to a blown fuse. There are relays and switches and various other things involved, the starting circuit is complicated.
 

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Someone on here told me when I gave description what it use to sound like

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Oh ok I understand now I did purchase starter and both solenoids. Should I check solenoid 1st ?

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Yes, check for power in & out on the large terminals of solenoid A & B..
 

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Ok may I ask would you have a diagram or something I still don't have repair manual .

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On starter relays A and B all 4 stud (large) terminals should have 12 volts with the key on, in neutral, kill switch on and start button held down continuously. In other words the bike must be configured to start and the start button held down. Then measure voltage at all 4 large terminals on the relays for 12 volts. Starters rarely fail.
 

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Like what if I may ask.

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just a short listing of the things I am aware of

  • On starter relays A and B all 4 stud (large) terminals should have 12 volts with the key on, in neutral, kill switch on and start button held down continuously. In other words the bike must be configured to start and the start button held down. Then measure voltage at all 4 large terminals on the relays for 12 volts. Starters rarely fail.
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