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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-29-2005, 01:45 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy bike won't start/ neutral indicator light does not light up

While installing remote start alarm on my 2005 r6 is when this situation occured. Everthing seems to be working fine you can here the fuel pump come on, the speedometer comes on, the tail lights come on , but i do not have a neutral light i have tried to start with the side stand up, with the clutch lever pulled in still nothing please help????!!!!!?????!!!!!!????? I have replaced the starter circuit cut-off relay still did not help

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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-29-2005, 01:46 PM
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check the neutral switch or giant relay box in the back left of the bike
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I did replace the starter curcuit cut off relay but how do you check the neutral safety switch
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post #4 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-29-2005, 02:06 PM
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unscrew it. Make sure it is plugged into the harness with the key in the on position and the bike in neutral press the little button. If the N light doesn't light up, follow the light blue wire to the big black relay box and make sure there isn't a problem with that.
I don't see why the N sensor would go bad because of a remote start but people around here say you can just ground the neutral sensor wire and you should be fine.
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could i not just ground the wire?
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well I would assume that would be a temporary fix. You could although this has not worked for me because I haven't tried it.
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could i not just ground the wire?
Yeah, just ground the wire... then when you remote start the bike in gear it will take off and smash a big hole in your garage wall...
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well when you ground the wire you see the neutral light come on for like 1/2 a second and then the display cuts off until you take the wire from ground

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well thats not good
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Yeah, just ground the wire... then when you remote start the bike in gear it will take off and smash a big hole in your garage wall...

I am not stupid i am just trying to see what i need to replace
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