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Your problem is probably do to a blown ignition fuse. Remove the triangle cover on the left side of the bike just
behind the battery. Grab the cover and pull straight out to remove it.
No need to remove screws. Once the cover is off look at the bottom side
for a big plug with a bunch of wires going into it. Unclip and slide
out. The fuse with the two red and black wires and
one gray wire is the ignition fuse. Check and replace this fuse if necessary.
The switch module for neutral light is on rh side. Drain oil (3 drain plugs). Remove muffler pipe and rear brake master cyl. Remove chrome cover that holds dipstick. Remove next cover which will drain the coolant and has the module bolted into it. There are several large copper contacts (1 for each gear) and the neutral contact which is the smaller contact. Remove the spring loaded contactor pin and polish it with some 600 paper both on the outside and the bevel tip that rubs against the module face. Retension the spring behind the contactor pin. You will need 2 new side cover gaskets. Clean gasket surfaces with fresh razor blade. Refill oil & coolant. Probably won't need a new module unless the face is badly grooved.
First check the main fuse that is attached to the starter solenoid. Unplug the wire harness from the starter solenoid there should be a spare fuse in the cover. If the fuse is good , take the headlight out of the bucket and double checked that all the wires are plugged in correctly (the wires are all colored, like colors plug in to each other). If you can not find wires that are crossed or unplugged, unbolt one side of the head light and swing it out of the way, unplug the main switch assembly from the harness, two bolts hold it to the upper triple clamp, remove the switch, insert the key, turn it to the on position, push in the three tabs at the bottom and remove the cover, the electric contact base is there. Clean or replace it and with any luck the cycle will turn on normally again.
Sounds like a Relay malfunction. Remove your left side cover, remove the fuse box cover, loosen the 4 left saddlebag bolts. There are 2 8mm at the bottom and 2 8mm in the upper saddlebag. Grab the saddle bag and pull it out far enough to remove the Relay Cover next to the Fuse box. On the back side of the cover you will see the descriptions of all the relays. One will identify operating the items related to your problem. Switch the relay with the Air Compressor Relay because you don't use the Compressor as a necessity to operate your system. Replace the Relay that can be purchased from your Honda Dealer or you can cheat by purchasing a Pilot Fog light Relay from Auto Zone that is a 30 amp that is identical except you will have to break off the tabs and file down the residue to fit behind the cover. The Honda 20 amp Relay will cost $30 and the Auto Zone will cost $8. You can test the Relay by connecting 12 volts to the 2 side terminals and check the continuity on the other terminals with an OHM meter. If you get nothing it's bad.
I think I responded to your question but if not there should be phillips head bolt in the lastic shroud, remove them. Then there should be two bolts on either side of the headlight take them off then you should be able to turn the bulb out if not then you may have to unplug the bulb and replace the whole headlight depending on the bulb or headlight situation.