Maybe the sender is playing up and its staying on all the time?
Might be worth pulling it out of the tank and giving it a clean, it's possibly just got grap in it.
Much better than pushing your bike when you really need it to have fuel in it.
For a temp fix, you could try pulling the plug that goes on the tank sender and short the terminals out on the plug with a bit of wire.
Or just leave it unplugged.
It will only be a simple float switch in the tank that's on or off, so one of the above options would fix it I should think.
Unless the newer models have a fuel guage, in which case...you should try and sort the sender out to read properly rather than disable it.
if you have the manual then have someone very good with electronics read it and they will know. there are a few harnesses under the gas tank and there has to be a wire for it. But like everyone else said...why?
its a turbo bike with a external pump and the stock pump removed. a block off plate with fittings now sits in the stock pumps place. I'm tired of looking at the light on. I guess I will look in the wireing diagrams, but I hate eletrical stuff.
now I remember why I post here and not the old site.....