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Old March 16th, 2015   #1
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Default ABS pump quickie.

Hi, can anyone tell me if the 1300ST 2002 model ABS pump is the same as an 06 ABS pump?
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Old March 17th, 2015   #2
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Default Re: ABS pump quickie.

Did you compare part numbers on line? Some sites like http://www.ronayersmotorcycles.com have a parts fiche that let you look up the part number, once that's known you can copy and paste it into their "where used" search utility. I did this trying to find a MAP sensor replacement and found that Honda uses the same part number across a large number of models in this case.

Trouble with the ST is that none of the sites in the US will list a 2002 1300, our first model year was 2003.
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Did you compare part numbers on line? Some sites like http://www.ronayersmotorcycles.com have a parts fiche that let you look up the part number, once that's known you can copy and paste it into their "where used" search utility. I did this trying to find a MAP sensor replacement and found that Honda uses the same part number across a large number of models in this case.

Trouble with the ST is that none of the sites in the US will list a 2002 1300, our first model year was 2003.
Thank you. I went to a breakers here and got a second hand one for £20($30) yesterday, looks identical but I will know for sure when it's fitted. It's for an intermittent error 5 on the ABS log...
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