Originally Posted by 99k1200lt-Justin
Ok, I'll see what I can come up with now trying to understand stand I need test for pwr on it when pressing the starter button or I should have pwr all time there?
Power comes into the switch from the ignition switch on the green wire and then goes up to the kill switch where it is either stopped in kill position or passed through on the green with red stripe back down to the connector. The green will have 12V all the time with key on and the green/red will or should change with the change of kill switch position. If you can find the two pins and measure the switch closed and open, you can then find where the 12V should be where the plug is connected to the harness.
Green wire must have 12V with key on. If not, then ignition switch or fuse is suspect.
Green/red should have 12V in run position and not when on either side.
If this all looks OK, then you need to measure the side stand switch. It plugs in on the left side under the tupperwear with the 4 connectors together.
There is a check for the side stand down while in gear so make sure that you see the gears change up and down in the display indicating you have the gear position selector attached to the rear of the transmission correctly.
The reverse controller is part of the interlocks but I don't recall how to test that.
I believe the clutch handle switch is also part of the interlocks so test that.
It also could be a bad relay. There are two located underneath the connector block where the multi function switch connects separate from the 6 easily visible at the top of the electrics box. One of those is the emergency cut off relay, the other is the brake light relay. If you pulled any relays out, make sure it didn't push any of the connectors out through the bottom and is not making a connection any longer.
I will think on this some more and try to come up with more to test regarding the interlocks.