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09-13-2018 08:55 PM
toodeep Are the fuses good? You have zero lights (oil temp, reverse)? The shift change switch is located inside the rear of the motor. The connector is on the right side in front of the rear wheel. The neutral wire is light green with a red stripe. If you ground that wire the neutral light should come on.

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09-13-2018 07:39 PM
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2001 Honda TRX 350FM starting issue.

2001 Honda TRX 350FM starting issue where when the key is in the on position there are no lights (neutral/oil). Nothing happens when pressing the starting switch, no clicks. The ATV can be pull started, usually one pull and it fires up. Several people have mentioned neutral relay or neutral switch and that it could be bad. I downloaded a manual and have a small factory manual but cannot find any information on it or pictures to even show where it is. If someone could help out I would greatly appreciate it.

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