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Hi,
My neutral gear green light indicator doesnt light up when cold. When the motorcycle is really warm it may come on. I bought neutral switch and now I am not sure how to install it. I know I have to remove crank case cover on the left side of the bike but what is that round thing that looks like clutch cylinder with a vent?
I am attaching pictures for reference. Is that switch gonna solve the problem?
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Looks like the cover has to come off.
If you can get to the connector and ground the wire, and the light comes on, that is the way it works,. Then when you plug the connector back on to the switch and it doesn't light in neutral the switch is not contacting.
 

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If you pull the slave and leave it connected to the line it won't leak.
Don't squeeze the clutch lever.
 
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You might get a little seepage of oil through the shaft that goes through the engine casing to the clutch plates on the other side, but I wouldn’t worry about it. Make sure you don’t kink the hydraulic line going to the clutch master cylinder.
 
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