Join Date: Dec 2013
Location: West Coast, North Island, New Zealand
The usual culprit is the micro-switch on the rear brake pedal. A little WD40 and a clean of that switch is often enough, sometimes adjustment is required. There are other micro switches on the throttle, and the clutch and brake levers, and there is a diagnostic routine outlined from page 692 in the workshop manual to go through to accurately identify the issue.
Paul (Peg) Elliott
New Plymouth, NZ. '10 Voyager 1700
'02 Nomad 1500(sold) '97 VN800B (sold)
2 Honda's, 2 Suzuki's, 1 Yamaha (all dead)