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No neutral light

Just bought a zzr600e2 and the green neutral light on the instrument panel doesn't light up. Any ideas as how to fix it and where to get the parts from?

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Chances are it will be a blown bulb. These are standard bayonet type bulb available from any car accessory shop.

However changing them is not the best of fun. You will need to remove the screen, then the instrument panel surround. Then you can get the clock assembly out. If you turn it over you'll see six or so small bolts. Undo them, the instrument panel will come apart and then you can change your bulb.

A lot of effort for one bulb mind you so if you can live with it for now............

Posted on May 01, 2010

Testimonial: "yeah i didn,t think it would be too easy, i think i will try to live with it for now, thanks for replying though"

  • Daz Lewis
    Daz Lewis May 01, 2010

    The second option is the neutral light switch which is located on the left hand side of the engine just below the frame. Illustrated description and instruction here:

    http://www.sportbikes.net/forums/zzr-mod...

    Hope that helps


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