Originally Posted by B3cause1mBatman
Hello my bike ran fine last week then accidentally broke one of the prongs on the clutch handle switch replacing the cable and then my bike lost its mind wont start cranks in neutral but doesn't fire up I replaced the spark plugs was already going to replace them I checked the coils good condition they're new about a month old Checked if they were getting power yes getting power I did hours of searching these forums and few others all said jump the clutch switch so I did and then my coils weren't getting power at all grounded them out so I unsoldered the paperclip connection and put new wires on and ran it to the new clutch switch I just got and now the power doesn't ground from the coils but still isn't starting and doesn't let me crank in gear anymore either I pull the clutch in while in neutral and it makes my gauge clusters background lights turn on and if I let it back out they turn off again I've spent a week going through the whole wiring harness multiple times after taking it out the bike then I made sure all fuses are new I check all power wires everything's giving proper voltage but still the clutch switch is only funny acting thing besides the whole left control set stopped working when the clutch switch prong was broken horn blinkers hi lo beak none of these switches worked anymore maybe my ecu decided to go haywire all of a sudden?
Ok Batman lets back up a bit. Firstly, find the intro section and give us a quick background on where exactly the "bat cave" is located, your biking background, and a pic or 2 of the bike.
Secondly, I think that's the longest run on sentence I've ever seen
Periods man, periods!
And now on to your issue. You said this all started when you replaced the clutch cable, breaking a spade lead off the end of the clutch switch, correct?
Then you said you know the coils are new, only a few moths old? Why were they replaced?
These bikes are electrically easy to work on, there's no FI to deal with, or looping back wires or convoluted emergency systems. Clutch switch, clutch diode, side stand switch, neutral switch, and kill switch.
Pretty much all these systems do is ground spark to stop it from firing. If you truly only damaged the clutch switch by changing the cable, get a known good clutch switch to swap out. Those switches are a bit finicky, single actuator on the lever side inside the perch housing. It can bend easily and malfunction.
It works in conjunction withe the neutral switch, allowing to start the bike with the bike in gear, which then includes the neutral switch.
Give a look here for your wire diagram:
Jumping this switch doesn't always make the bike start if there is another problem associated with it. Check all your grounds on the bike, and test the involved circuits via the service manual's instructions, if you don't have a manual, GET ONE ( but here's a few pics of the starting system and ignition system for your 94). And get a multimeter too, of course that's if you don't already have one.