Question about 1999 Suzuki GSX-R 600
There is a switch on the clutch that will prevent the bike from starting without the clutch pulled in. look for a set of wires that go to the clutch lever, trace them down to a plug in connecter, unplug and on the lever side of the plug put a multi meter set to ohms and pull the lever. you should get a connection. or take a jumper wire and bridge the two wires on the bike side of the connector and try to start. make sure if you do this the bike is in neutral and the clutch is in because it will start in gear.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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