Question about 1987 Yamaha FZR 1000
Looks like you have a switch on your left handlebar that might cut power if you don't pull the clutch in. I've seen a few that have failed. Try wiring them together (to create a circuit) and see if it will let you do that. But if you don't have a neutral light on....you had better make sure the bike IS in Neutral first. Or at least throw the back on a stand so its up in the air, otherwise the bike may lurch forward and fall. Also, check the battery, sometimes they have enough juice to turn the lights on/horn etc, but not enough to start the motor. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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