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Problem with starter switch some times it operates and other time

Have checked the starter soliniod alls ok there. The times that it does work the neutral light is on but the bike is in gear and it will start. I'm informed that maybe there needs to be some neutral light adjustment. How is this done?

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Sounds like your neutral light switch is faulty as there is no adjustment on these as i am aware
try a new one or link the old one out just to confirm the neutral light will be on all the time though

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