Question about 2005 Hyosung GT 250
Light bulb could be burnt out. Fuse could be blown, but less likely. Or neutral sensor in the transmission could be faulty. The bulb is the easiest to check/change, or the fuse to check.
The sensor.. well, that could be on the case (easy, check your wiring diagram), or could be a wire into the case and the sensor inside which isn't so easy.
If it's not the bulb you may want to decide if the cost of a mechanic looking into your case is worth not having the light.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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