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Warning Lights/Neutral Light

  • Get familiar with the warning lights on your motorcycle.
  • The most important one is the Neutral indicator which is usually green. You'll want to turn on the ignition to see the Neutral light and then fumble around with the gear shifter to get the green light to come on indicating you found neutral.
  • Other lights might be for low oil pressure, high/low beam indicator, and directional signal indicators.
  • Some motorcycles might have warning lights for temperature and low gas.

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