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Ok, this may sound like a real noob question, but I can't even find the plugs on my 93 GoldWing Aspencade 1500.

I don't know which plate to remove to get to where the plugs must be. Do I need to remove the whole front of the fairing? That seems a little excessive for a machine that will require routine maintenance like this.

I'm thinking Honda has an easy way to do it, and I would like to know what that is before I start ripping plastic off the bike.

Please help me figure this out.

Thank you for your time.

-=Storm=-
 

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Hello Stormqueller and welcome to a great site here. Tony:waving:
 

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Instead of sending Stormqueller on a search hunt, why not give him a few hints on how to do the job.

Plug changing is basic Goldwing maintenance that should be discussed frequently. Lets hammer home the basics and run our bikes forever.

peace
 

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They screw into the heads. :action:
 

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well shout away them farmerkevin?
 

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Ok, I got it now, folks. Thanx to all. (Except for Fritz the Cat, but then that's the kinda response one can expect from a cat. <grin>)

Now I just have to find a plug wrench that will fit in that tiny hole. It's always something, just like Rosanna Rosannadanna's father always used to say.

Thanx again.

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My reply was 100% accurate. :D
 

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Fritz_The_Cat wrote:
My reply was 100% accurate. :D
It was.

In this case, as with most, pictures really help someone who has never done it before. Rudy's link has excellent pictures and text.
 

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Now I just have to find a plug wrench that will fit in that tiny hole.

You should have a tool kit in your right (from sitting on the bike) sadle bag. It should have a spark plug wrench ( if the tool kit came with the bike) in there.
 

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:waving:Hello and Welcome I believe if you follow the link from Rudy you will do fine .



How is Ormand ? Havent been there in years . Wish I could wind back the clock to teen age years and run it thru again . Had a lot of nice weekends there . Can you drive on the beach now days ?
 

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Fritz_The_Cat wrote:
My reply was 100% accurate. :D
Do you by any chance work for Microsoft Tech Support? They usually give a100% correct but totally useless answer.:cheeky1::shock:
 

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You should have a tool kit in your right (from sitting on the bike) sadle bag. It should have a spark plug wrench ( if the tool kit came with the bike) in there.


I have a 90 SE and my tool kit is in the LEFT bag, if you are facing forward? ;)
 

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I have a 93 and my tool kit "was" in the left bag but I moved it to the right side. :D:waving:Didn't really fit correctly in the left.:action:
 

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Yuppers, my 91I was (and still is) in the left side, with the rubber hold down strap. It makes sense though, that it would be on the left side, because on the sidestand, the tools would be leaning down. After all, its kind of a ornamental couple of pieces anyways. They're Honda's, you dont have to work on them do you :D? Save for the occasional piece of chrome...
 

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Fritz_The_Cat wrote:
My reply was 100% accurate. :D
Yep, just like information from Microsoft. Accurate but useless.:cooldevil:
 
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