Just take a multimeter and put it on the sound setting(Audible Continuity (buzzer))I am removing the clutch perch thats why I was looking for further clarification. I understand the PB unplug thing. Just wanted to verify the clutch sensor.
The very first post explains it...the rest is just bickering and questions about other things like the clutch sensor.How does it take 11 pages of back and forth to explain this??? This should be cleaned up and made into a shorter factual version. Too much reading for a sticky IMO
Just be sure to have it in neutral or the clutch pulled in when you go to start it. LOL Scared the crap outta my buddy when he went to take my quad for a ride while I was in the porta potty, all I heart was the some laughing, the starter whine and then some cursing.....Yes, Jas. Just cut the green/yellow near the CDI and the problem will be permanently eliminated.
ANd to the others - if you short the black/yellow to ground, this is the same as pulling the clutch lever (which closes the contacts on the clutch switch) - the CDI will think your pulling the clutch and allow starting of the bike in gear.
Pretty sure that reverse blinking means that the rpms were too high for too long or something like that.ok heres some clarifacation...i have a 05 raptor and no it does not have a parking brake sensor.. if what u think is the parking brake senor on the clutch perch of your handle bars has 1 black wire and 1 black wire with yellow stripe, that plugs into a white 2 prong connector... located behide the left headlight,this is the clutch switch and not the pb sensor... also u can engage the parking brake and thump throttle and wont stumble at all... so 01 thru 04 yes pb sensor.. my 05 does not have 1... hope this helps . iam expering a reverse light flash at high rpms only.there is a 1 sec pause between flashes. so on to next, maybe reverse connection dirty at sensor,, maybe high rev limiter.. any info or help shoot me a private message..