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Susuki 2005 GSX R 750 cranks over, has fulle ,no spark,tip switch is ok,Kick stand switch OK,Nutral switck OK,Clutch Switch OK, Kill Switch working,Fues OK, But want start,What is left to check?

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Fabrice Wolters

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SOURCE: how do i diagnose a faulty neutral switch?? light

The neutral switch is lockated at the left side of the engine. Should have a blue wire... Comes together with a black wire ( oil pressure switch ) in a 2-position connector to the main harness.
Try if works fine with the blue wire at the ground and loose. If then everything is OK, the neutral switch is out of use.
There is also a diode set in the circuitry. With a green wire coming from the side stand switch, the blue wire from the neutral switch and a lightblue wire going to the dashboard. +12V on this light blue wire should lit up neutral lamp at the dashboard.

Hope it helps.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009


Jeff Banko

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SOURCE: 03 gsxr 600: f1 shows on l.e.d and red light flashes

I almost pulled out my hair trying to figure out the same thing for about 4 days. Very low battery voltage...Its actually common I found out. Take your battery to autozone for a full charge. It should fix the issue.

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a GSXR 400 1985, been stood for a couple of

I would check that the TCI is working by plugging it into another bike GSF 400 bandit is the same unit I believe. If it is damaged you can get a replacement from a firm called ignitech and the upside is the new TCI is not restricted by the *** gear monitoring switch that limits top gear performance.

Posted on Mar 08, 2010


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SOURCE: 1998 1200s bandit no spark

Check all of your wiring for a short, or a bad coil

Posted on Mar 08, 2010


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SOURCE: I have a 93 gsx600f katana I replaced my battery,

make sure you check red engine on switch and that cables are connected correctly

Posted on Jul 05, 2010

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Check that the kick stand switch is not faulty. this will kill the engine when it says the kick stand is down.

Nuetral switch light does come on bike does crank.i have to put kick stand up an clutch handle in to start

Your motorcycle will not start in gear if the kick stand is down. It will not start in gear if the clutch is not pulled in ... Safety features. When I say these things ... I am including crank and start as the same although some times it will crank and not start. Sometimes when you have the kick stand up and the bike in neutral and the light is on, it still will not start. This has happened to me and probably to you also. This condition exists because the kill switch is in the off position.

You say the neutral light is on ... Experienced riders will say that if the light is on, that means it (1) has power and (2) the lamp is not burned out. Few riders I know actually rely on the light to prove neutral.

Experienced riders will also say that the stand should be up and the bike should be in neutral before you try to start it. There are exceptions of course, like when you want to work on it or warm it up while you are getting dressed.

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Why does the motor stall out when i engage the clutch?

It will have a side stand switch, which will kill the engine if the stand is left down, it opperates in conjunction with the switch under the clutch lever, and the neutral light
These side stand switches are small micro switches and often fail , wear out, or just come loose
The switch under the clutch seems to be ok , as it is doing what it is supposed to do, when it thinks the side stand is down

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Does the engine crank OK?- was it running?
Is there fuel? check for a spark by pulling off the HT lead and fitting a plug & cranking - Spark? No? Check clutch switch, neutral switch & sidestand switch & kill switch work OK.
Spark? Yes?
Drain carbs via bottom screw to get clean fuel / any sediment out.
Clean plugs. Check choke linkages,
Good luck!

A problem starting up

Check the fuses. Next, check for spark. If no spark then check again but with a new plug. Is the kill switch on? Does the side stand have a kill switch? Is it working properly? Tip-over kill switch on your bike? Check the operation of the ignition switch and all kill switches with a volt ohmmeter.

Check the loom. Did a wire come unplugged? Are all wires clean and with solid connections? Any abraded or pinched wires? Is the bike in neutral and the neutral light is lit up? If no neutral light, check the neutral switch and neutral switch wire on center casing. With a little luck this will get you back on the road.

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