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loosen adjuster on clutch cable if thats your setup so lever has tons of freeplay acess the clutch adjusting screw and jam nut loosen jam nut some models have reverse threads turn in adjusting screw until it bottoms out on clutch pack then back it out one full turn then secure jam nut while holding adjusting screw in its set position replace covers replace any lost oil then go back to cluth cable adjuster extend it so while you are pulling slightly on cable with one hand check lever freeplay with the other you want about 1/8" of free play between lever and bracket then tighten its jam nut. this is also a great time to lube said cable i like the liquid graphite my self and a tad of grease or antisieze on the last inch or of the steel braided portion that comes out of the cable housing and into the lever since this is where they break 99% of the time good luck
Start by getting your self a manual, plenty for sale if you google for it and if you like to search hard you should find a freebie.
Now your problem. Start with the fuses, make sure they are all OK, move to the kill switch and make sure it is functioning. Your jump start may not have had enough juice to get it going. Get your self a new battery, nice clean terminals, clean and reset plugs, then start again. You will find it a breeze once you get the manual and wont know how you ever lived without it. :D Good luck,
Sounds like the vox function of the intercom or HD CB is trying to cut in. Have you got the owners manual out and made sure these function have been turned off? There is quite a lengthy trouble shooting checklist in reference to the HD Radio system and it starts out having you make sure the other functions have not been turned on.
Could be anything from a low fuel indicator to a bad sensor to a preset hourmeter to tell the owner when it's service time to the self destruct button... You need to pop for a good service manual for your bike. An owners manual will tell you about this light (probably), but it's no good for anything more involved. Do you and your bike a favor and get a service manual. It will be the best money you ever spent on maintenance. It will save you money in the long run.
Plus there is alot of good info in there about everything from changing oil to setting the suspension.
Sorry I can't tell you what your light means