See Figure 1. Five indicator lamps are provided in the instrument panel.
Turn Indicator Lamps
The turn indicators (1, 5) flash when a turn signal is activated. When the 4-way hazard flashers are operating, both turn indicators flash simultaneously.
Headlamp High Beam Indicator Lamp
The headlamp high beam indicator lamp (2) is lit when the high beam or flash to pass switch is activated.
Neutral Indicator Lamp
The neutral indicator lamp (3) is lit when the transmission is in neutral.
Oil Pressure Indicator Lamp
The oil pressure indicator lamp (4) is lit when sufficient oil is not circulating through the engine.
The lamp is lit when the ignition is turned on before starting the engine. With engine running, lamp should be off when engine speed is above idle.
Circumstances that could cause the oil indicator lamp to illuminate:
If the oil pressure indicator lamp remains lit, always check the oil supply first. If the oil supply is normal and the lamp is still lit, stop the engine at once and do not ride further until the trouble is located and the necessary repairs are made. Failure to do so may result in engine damage. (00157a)
1Left turn
2High beam
4Oil pressure
5Right turn
Figure 1. Indicator Lamp Bar