Honda GL500 Motorcycle Workshop Manual



The manual covers all service, repair and maintenance procedures. It's simple to use, full of in depth information and specifically written for the honda gl500 motorcycle. Having simple to follow illustrations/diagrams and instructions makes it so much easier, no matter how complex the repair.

Even if you’ve never done any motorcycle maintenance or repair before, you’ll find all the information you need to get started. Professional mechanics and master technicians also use this manual.

Make and Model Year Language Price Rating Instant Download
Honda Silverwing GL500 1982-1983 £4.99
 

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Example Contents

Maintenance & Information Fuel & Cooling System
Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
  • Valve clearance
  • Frame serial number
  • Charging system & battery
  • Headlight aim
  • Brake system
  • Clutch system
  • Brake light switch
  • Suspension
  • Oil strainer
  • Model Identification
  • Fuel line
  • Cable and harness routing
  • Vehicle Identification number
  • Cooling system
  • Valve clearance
  • Electrical
  • Lubrication system
  • Maintenance schedule
  • Carburation
  • Front wheel, suspension, steering
  • Clutch & gearshift linkage
  • Rear wheel & suspension
  • Ignition system
  • Cylinder & piston
  • Engine types
  • Weights
  • Nuts, bolts & fasteners
  • Radiator coolant
  • Cylinder head & valves
  • Torque values & special tools
  • Troubleshooting
  • Clutch fluid
  • Side stand
  • Lights, meters & switches
  • Engine serial number
  • Secondary air supply system
  • Cooling system
  • Tools
  • Spark plug
  • Brake fluid
  • Alternator & starter clutch
  • Throttle operation
  • Oil pump
  • Service rules
  • Specifications
  • Wheels & tyres
  • Torque settings & values
  • Dimensions
  • Oil filter
  • Oil pressure check
  • Engine idle speed
  • Tyre air pressure
  • How to use the workshop manual
  • Final drive
  • Steering head bearings
  • Service Information
  • Crankcase breather
  • Lubrication and seal points
  • Fuel system
  • Engine oil
  • Hydraulic brake
  • Service Information
  • Crankshaft & transmission
  • Inspection, removal & Installation
  • Evaporative emission control system
  • Symbols
  • Drive train
  • Brake pad wear
  • Final drive oil
  • Emission control system & Information
  • Air cleaner

  • Specifications
  • Cooling fan
  • Air cleaner housing
  • ECM
  • IAT sensor
  • System diagram
  • Engine stop relay
  • Intake duct control solenoid
  • Air screw synchronization
  • System testing
  • Fuel cut off relay
  • Radiator reserve tank
  • Troubleshooting
  • Service Information
  • Purge control valve
  • Torque values
  • Fuel line Inspection
  • Fuel pump
  • Solenoid valve
  • Baro, MAP sensor
  • Coolant replacement
  • Throttle body
  • Fuel tank
  • Bank angle sensor
  • Self diagnosis
  • o2 sensor
  • Inspection, removal & Installation
  • Thermostat
  • ECT sensor
  • Injectors
  • Reed valve
  • Cam pulse generator
  • Cooling air bleeding
  • Programmed fuel injection
  • System location
  • Starter valve
  • Water pump
Engine, Clutch & Transmission
  • Valve guide
  • Ignition coil
  • Cylinder compression
  • Primary shaft
  • Piston & piston ring
  • Gearshift linkage
  • Right crankcase cover
  • Cylinder Head & Valves
  • Clutch master cylinder
  • Crankcase bearing
  • Specifications
  • Clutch
  • Final drive gear
  • Service Information
  • Clutch fluid
  • Camshaft
  • Inspection, removal & Installation
  • Ignition timing
  • Crankcase separation
  • Troubleshooting
  • Connecting rod
  • Cylinder & Piston
  • Crankcase assembly
  • Transmission
  • Air bleeding
  • Primary driven gears
  • Output gear
  • Valve seat
  • Clutch slave cylinder
  • Torque values

  • Specifications
  • Front wheel
  • Swing arm
  • Steering stem
  • Brake fluid replacement & air bleeding
  • Torque values
  • Inspection, removal & assembly
  • Special tools
  • Handlebar
  • Shock absorber
  • Front master cylinder
  • Front caliper
  • Troubleshooting
  • Rear wheel
  • PCV (proportional control valve)
  • Brake pedal
  • Rear caliper
  • Service Information
  • Fork
  • Brake pads & brake discs
  • Rear master cylinder
Electrical System
  • Bulbs, fuses
  • Indicator box
  • Turn signals
  • Battery
  • Clutch switch
  • Starter Clutch
  • Fan motor switch
  • Horn
  • Service Information
  • Ignition switch
  • Special tools
  • Ignition coil
  • Battery case
  • Wiring Diagram
  • Torque values
  • Charging System
  • Troubleshooting
  • Alternator
  • Coolant temperature indicator
  • Inspection removal & Installation
  • Front brake light switch
  • Specifications
  • Speedometer
  • Turn signal relay
  • Fuel reserve sensor
  • Oil pressure indicator
  • Ignition System
  • Headlight
  • Balancer weight
  • Regulator & rectifier
  • Tail, brake light
  • Flywheel & starter clutch
  • Starter relay switch
  • Ignition timing
  • Lights, Switches & Meters
  • Handlebar switches
  • Neutral switch
  • Side stand switch
  • Electric Starter
  • Rear brake light switch
  • Starter motor
  • Vehicle speed sensor
  • License plate light

The honda GL500 is slowly becoming something of a classic thanks to those vintage looks that seem to be slowly drifting back into fashion. With just 50bhp to play with, this bike is a great little used purchase to hone your skills on as a learner rider. Sure, you’re not going to be setting the land speed record with its top speed of 95mph, but speed isn’t the primary purpose of this bike. With its extra luggage space, the GL500 is the ultimate workhorse and commuter, aided in this area by its relaxed riding position, wide handlebars and comfortable suspension. All these attributes factor in to create an altogether fun little riding experience that should make a lifelong motorcyclist out of any learner.

As a beginner’s motorcycle, there’s very little chance that you’re going to be prepared to shell out when it comes to having it serviced. As I’m sure you’re aware, the service costs on an older bike aren’t the cheapest, which is why it’s a bright idea to consider some alternative ways to keep your bike plugging on for years to come without breaking the bank. The obvious idea that springs to mind is to carry out your own repairs, and with parts being made available online, this seems like the ideal solution – except, the necessity for mechanical skills.

However, with the aid of the GL500 manual, you’ll realise just how simple motorcycle maintenance can be and best of all – it’s cheap. The manual will essentially walk you through the GL500’s internals so that you develop a well-grounded knowledge of how things work. Pretty soon, you’ll be able to spot and name every part on your bike just by carrying out these simple servicing tasks. By taking the time to perform a thorough service on your bike, you have the potential to save thousands of dollars each year with the honda manual.

Not only will you be saving money, but by making sure all your bike’s parts are in excellent condition, you’ll be improving the bike’s performance in general. This will come as a great bonus for a bike such as this, which will undoubtedly begin to lose power of the years with a neglectful owner. You can prevent this from happening, and also ensure that the bike is much safer to ride by just spending a little time that will be far less than the amount of time the bike would have spent in the local garage. So give your retro bike a modern boost today with the manual.


 
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