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ABS Light Flashes continuously, after starting

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Hello everyone,

My ‘07 Airbag Model Goldwing’s ABS Light will continuously flash on and off, after starting, and I don’t know how to fix that!!  Any suggestions from someone more knowledgeable than I, please?

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Mountain Rider

I'm not familiar with the ABS models, but I'm betting there's either a fuse or relay, or both associated with the ABS pump.  The fuses and relays should be located under the seat, I believe.  The fact the light flashes leads me to believe the fuse may be OK, so it may be a faulty relay or even a bad connection to the pump.  Hopefully someone more familiar with the ABS will be along.  Good luck and ride safe.  

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Thanks for the info!  Apparently, my issue must’ve been a result of sitting in storage for a year, and afterwards, not being ridden for another 6 months, but on a Battery Tender!

 

Because since riding it daily for the past two weeks, that ABS flashing light issue has resolved itself, and no longer flashes!!

 

It lights up at startup, then goes out after about 10 seconds!  It’s working as it should, I reckon!!

 

I appreciate your input!

 

Thanks again!

 

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Glad to hear she's playing nice for you now.  That is the one downside to the Goldwing, they don't like to sit, so what you saw is probably the GW version of a temper tantrum.  Ride safe my friend.  

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