Repair Manuals for Honda GoldWing

GoldWing repair manuals are made available below for GL1000, GL1100, GL1200, GL1500, and GL1800 models. Perform your own general maintenance and repairs using these manuals, or figure out if you want to tackle the job by seeing what exactly would be involved before you start taking things apart. If buying a used Honda GoldWing, one of these manuals can help you save hundred of dollars in labor costs and can also help you get to know your new motorcycle inside out.


GoldWing repair manuals are made available below for GL1000, GL1100, GL1200, GL1500, and GL1800 models. Perform your own general maintenance and repairs using these manuals, or figure out if you want to tackle the job by seeing what exactly would be involved before you start taking things apart. If buying a used Honda GoldWing, one of these manuals can help you save hundred of dollars in labor costs and can also help you get to know your new motorcycle inside out.

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Honda launched the GoldWing in 1975 with a 999CC engine. The first model, called the GL1000, was targeted towards the American market as a potential replacement for the CB750. In 1981, Honda began building GoldWings in the US at their factory in Marysville, Ohio. Now, GoldWing producton has since been relocated to Japan. The first new GoldWings from the Japanese factory had minor convenience improvements, mainly cosmetic instead of a major redesign.

If you happen to own or purchase a 1980-1983 Honda GL1100 GoldWing, I found an excellent article explaining how to replace the water pump. I’ll share more articles like this one in the future as I find them.  With articles like this one and a repair manual from the ones I list above, you will be in good shape to keep your GoldWing on the road yourself if you enjoy working on your own bike.