Is there any particular reason not to just remove the neutral sensor altogether? I never trust mine in actual use anyway and then there's no way it could damage the engine. Seems like a safe trade-off given its usefulness and the damage to be worried about. 07:05, 7 July 2009 (UTC) adoliver

There is no problem with the switch itself... the issue is the screws that retain it. The switch ties into the starting system in a couple different ways. Why mess with removing the switch and messing around the the fall-out electrical issues when all you have to do is remove the screws, lock-tite them and reinstall?

Well, I think I'll just follow the advice, I bought my first DR650 about 15 days ago. It is just awesome!-- 16:07, July 10, 2015 (UTC)

   I have a 1991 dr 650 and lost all spark. battery is good and it ran fine the day before.  
  How do I diagnose my problem?
            no spark n spicewood
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