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    Neutral Light ?

    A little help with where to start looking for the culprit.... I have no owners manual nor service manual at this point.... The neutral light has not worked since buying my TW 2010 less than a month ago with only has 345 miles at time of purchase.

    Thanks for any help.
    Gene
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    Gene, go to the Technical section of the forum, click on Sub Forum and you will find the owner and shop manual.
    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur View Post
    A little help with where to start looking for the culprit.... I have no owners manual nor service manual at this point.... The neutral light has not worked since buying my TW 2010 less than a month ago with only has 345 miles at time of purchase.

    Thanks for any help.
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    Change the bulb first. Hopefully that is the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elime View Post
    Change the bulb first. Hopefully that is the problem.
    +1 I’d bet that’s it and the best place to start.
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    I would check the bulb before replacing it, i.e. measure it's impedance, inspect and clean the bulb's terminals as well as the bulb's socket for dirt and/or corrosion. With bulb removed measure for voltage showing up at the bulb's socket terminals.
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    Swap the bulb with the bulb in the socket next to it and see if it works.
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    I would replace them with leds while you have it apart
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    The neutral safety switch is under the output/front sprocket cover. If you have to remove it I'd buy a cover gasket before starting that job.

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