Question about Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
There is a switch that penetrates the transmission housing that makes contact when the transmission is in neutral.
That switch could be bad.
The part that operates that switch might have failed.
The wire to that switch might have fallen off.
Locate that switch, and put an ohmmeter o it — one probe on ground, the other on the switch (after removing the wire). Move the shifter past neutral a few times to see if the meter responds.
If not, take the switch out, and operate it manually to see if it makes contact. Manually ground the wire to the switch to see if the neutral light lights (it should irrespective of the transmission position).
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