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Im not sure what a diode is or what exactly im looking for. i have no neutral light or od light so cruise and reverse arent working. I heard i should check "diode box" but not sure what it is or where to find it Ihave gl 1500 service manuel but im having no luck. So a rough discription or a page # would be great Thanks in advance for any feedback And also thanks to all feedback on last post!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Think its behind the right pannier under the top box thats looking at the bike from the rear you can also check the gear position switch from the plug thats above the right turn corner lamp see manual for procedure easy to do though
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if i follow the neutral wire from the gear position sensor it leads me to a plug that is grouped together with other plugs.Is that the diode box?

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The neutral and clutch diodes are located in the main harness on the right side behind the right hand inner fairing cover.

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On 1200 diod to the left from fuel cup. I bought diod from Radioshack, paid $1

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