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Honda Goldwing 1500 tachometer surges?

This is a discussion on Honda Goldwing 1500 tachometer surges? within the Goldwing forums, part of the Honda category; I have a'89 1500 goldwing that periodicly the tachometer will go up allot higher than it should be. It will ...


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Old 12-08-2008   #1
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Default Honda Goldwing 1500 tachometer surges?

I have a'89 1500 goldwing that periodicly the tachometer will go up allot higher than it should be. It will double or more in R.P.M. from where it should be. I've changed batteries, but that didn't seem to help.
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Old 12-08-2008   #2
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Has the alt. or reg been changed recently??? If not watch them... test them... Tach surges (elec tach) can go crazy from what the eletronic geniuses call NOISE. On Harleys I've had tachs go nuts with a compufire reg and when switched out for a stock HD it went away.
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