Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Jacksonville fl
Let me chime in on this if I may. Did you actually check for voltage at the start button or just nothing is happening when you press the start button?
Also do you have a schematic for the starter circuit?
The way I see it is this. Voltage from the battery goes thought the JB VIA the 30 Amp fuse, then to the ignition switch, the engine stop switch then the start button. Pressing the start button send voltage back to the JB to the starter circuit relay. Thats only half of it. The starter circuit relay also needs a ground. It gets this ground VIA the starter lockout switch and the neutral switch. If all this is working properly it sends 12VDC to the stater relay.
One thing you can do is pull the 2 pin connector from the starter relay, The blk/yel wire should be ground, the YEL/R wire should have 12VDC after pressing the start button as if you were going to start the bike. I would start there to see which direction you need to go.