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This relates to a 1992 gsxr1100 (1127 cc). attached to the bike in the area of the rear shock under the frame is a small what seems to be a relay or a switch with a red dot on it. The red dot and the top of the unit is covered in plastic so that it is waterproof. the red button will not move in or out. it is attached to the main system by two wires. I have been told and i can also recall that this is a stop button for the bike in case the bike falls over then the bike will stop. question... how do I know if the switch is working or faulty. The button is sitting about 2mm proud of the surface, but will not go in or come out

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I don't believe that the older gsxr models had a tip over switch. I'm pretty sure what you are seeing is the main circuit breaker. Basically if your bike starts and runs the breaker is working fine. If the breaker was tripped your bike would act like the key is off.

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yes, suzukis have a clutch saftey switch and won't start without being drepressed all the way in. time to replace the clutch cable. if u know which wires go to switch u can put a jumper between the 2 to the main harness, not to the handle.

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