Just a warning for anyone trying to take the clutch safety switch off of their 2012. They put a lot of thread locker on the screw and there is no way to get a screwdriver to turn it before it strips the head out. I had to drill the head off and then use visegrips to get the screw out. I had a starting problem is why I was pulling it off. Funny thing is after I took the switch off it started working. What's up with that?
I just checked all the FI error codes to make sure. There is no error code that will be activated by a clutch switch problem. If there is an FI light, it is caused by something else. Short the White/Red & Black/White wires together, the two top wires in the second pic, on the dealer mode plug near the tail with a paper clip or short piece of wire to read the error code when an FI light is on.
The FI light problem didn't come up until I had the clutch switch problem. Anything else that would be related that would kick the light on? I will do the code check later when I get some time. Thanks for the input.
The clutch Not-so-safety switch is usually one of the things I eliminate first on a bike that I'm going to be riding in inhospitable terrain. I guess until this is figured out completely, and since I'm not planning on abusing this bike off-road all the time, I'll just wait a bit. I have no doubt that the people on this forum will have it sorted out completely before long!
Ok, did the code check and it's C65. I also did an net search and found another item that points to the switch kicking the code on. Finding out what C65 fi code is?? : Suzuki GSX-R Motorcycle Forums: Gixxer.com
Havn't tried this link but it talks about someone that put aftermarket levers on and made the clutch safety switch not work properly. It was on a suzuki gsxr600. So apparently the clutch switch does confuse the computer and sets a code. Still waiting on the screw to remount the switch.