Hi All. New visitor to this site. 1st thing I want to say is "thank you" to the site host & contributors here - the wealth of useful info gleaned from browsing through these posts is invaluable! I've seen a couple of postings referencing problems with a "tilt sensor". Not sure if I am correctly interpreting the purpose or function of the described sensor. Does this sensor have something to do with EFI metering or some other purpose? Or does it have to do with disablement of the ignition circuit in the event of a lay-over? I've had the pleasure of owning an '02 and an '03 GL1800 with many happy miles inclusive of E-W coast-to-coat X-country trips, never had any tilt sensor troubles, but I'm just curious under the premise that, awareness-wise, "forewarned is forearmed". I know a guy who inadvertently backed his 4-wheel "cage" into a signpost (jerk) and thereafter couldn't restart the cage engine because he didn't know where the fuel pump's cutoff sensor "reset" button was located. Don't wanna be in that situation if I ever lay my baby over some day while crossing the Mojave Desert again, LOL . . . If this "titlt sensor" does in fact disable the ignition sensor, is it supposed to automatically reset itself, and/or can it be manually reset or bypassed if need be? Where is it located? And lastly, if anyone knows, has there been enough of a "problem history" with tilt sensors to warrant buying and carrying a replacement spare ?