Description for replacing the timing belt from a GL 1000 Goldwing

 

 

The #1,3 cylinders will be under pressure from the valve springs. To keep it from lashing back I used a wrench on the crankshaft bolt and zip-tied it to the water pipe. If you don't keep the crankshaft in place the #1,3 cylinder will rotate since it's under load and will turn the crankshaft, which will throw off the timing mark. Don't ask how I know Wink .  (Text by Windjammer)

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With thanks to one of our most dedicated members of our forum known as "Windjammer" who provided this clear picture for you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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