You don't by chance have the brake switch on the clutch side. They operate opposite from each other.I acquired a 2002 VRSCA last month that had fuel pump issues. Fixed the fuel issue but now I have the following:
Bike starts, idles and revs great. Perfect fuel pressure (53 +/- 2 when throttled). Put bike in gear, slowly release clutch lever to get moving but when the clutch lever is fully released the bike stalls. Doesn't stall due to load, just stalls like the "on" switch was turned off. If the clutch lever is slightly engaged (almost like riding the clutch) the bike will run perfectly. As soon as the clutch lever is fully released....it shuts off. Still have cluster lights when is shuts down. This bike does not have a kickstand switch nor does it have a clutch lever "starter lock-out mocro switch. I have the wire schematics and looking at the neutral safety switch circuit, it is only used for indication purposes. Anybody have an idea of why my bike stalls once the clutch lever is fully released?