If you can coast the bike about 100 feet down a driveway or on the street in neutral
with the key on, the kill switch on Live, the fuel on, the choke pulled out - when the bike gets up to about 10 or 15 mph pull the clutch in, kick it up into 2nd gear, let the clutch back out in a 1 second release... the bike should start without having to use the starter.
If it starts and runs then you have a starter circuit problem. If you cant push start it, then something else is going on.
To be clear, the bike will not start or continue to run if the kick stand is "down" and the bike is in any gear but neutral. Since the kickstand switch has been tinkered with, it is suspect #1.
BTW, the bike does not have a clutch switch. It has a neutral switch, that will make the green light go on when the bike is in neutral (between 1st and 2nd), but nothing on the clutch.
Last edited by KCW; 02-03-2019 at 09:35 PM.