The "clutch" switch?
Still don't follow your nomenclature and function of parts, Jim Sizemore!
The clutch switch, or starter lockout switch, as some know it, provides a GROUND to the starter circuit relay coil when the clutch lever is "squoze;" the starter circuit relay coil is routed to the neutral switch for its ground when the clutch lever is "un-squoze."
Reference to the wiring diagram, and/or images of the parts you discuss might be helpful.
Now, talking about the ENGINE STOP SWITCH, or the KILL switch. Do you get + 12 VDC to this switch, when the ignition switch is ON?
When the ENGINE STOP SWITCH or the KILL switch is in the RUN position, do you get + 12 VDC to its connection to the STARTER BUTTON?
If so, when you press the STARTER BUTTON, ignition key ON, KILL SWITCH in RUN position, do you get + 12 VDC routed to the STARTER CIRCUIT RELAY?
If the answers to these questions are all, YES, you should activate your STARTER CIRCUIT RELAY, and in turn the STARTER RELAY, and turn over your starter motor; given the NEUTRAL SWITCH is grounded by the engine being in neutral, or a ground is provided to the STARTER CIRCUIT RELAY coil by a "squoze" clutch lever and activated clutch safety switch/STARTER LOCKOUT SWITCH.
Again, respecting your prerogatives, is evacuating your bike to a competent shop beyond the realm of possibility?
Last edited by Damocles; 08-22-2013 at 04:43 PM.