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I just bought a 1984 Goldwing that runs but needs a lot of work, how do I bleed the clutch and check the oil and coolant levels? It’s a 1200
 

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Welcome mike,when I got my 1200 the clutch reservoir was dry.I put in fluid and bled it at the master cylinder and it pumped right up.still holding

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Also,there is a screw off dipstick below the fuel pump area at the bottom of the engine case.the radiator cap is on the right side next to the steering head.

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It's the box the clutch lever is attached to. The slave is where you bleed the system, it is at the back of the motor on the left side of the bike. Get an owner's manual. I know I put a copy of one on here somewhere but now I can't find it.
 

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Pic one is the oil check stick.
Pic two is the oil fill.
Pic three is the (arrow) coolant check, below the door and (0) is where the clutch slave is located.
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