I have a 1998 Bandit with 80K miles. On a recent trip of 160 miles, the bike started and ran fine as usual. The weather was warm and sunny. At the last gas stop before our destination, when I turned on the ignition switch to start the bike, only the green neutral light and red oil pressure light on the dash came on. Everything else electrical on the bike was totally dead and of course the bike would not start. The main fuse was OK, the kill switch was off. The battery was not dead and jumper cables off a truck battery nor bump starting did not work. All connections were checked, but to no avail. The next morning when simply double checking the fuse box with a volt meter, and thus turning on the ignition switch yet again, everything suddenly came back on, and the bike started. It has started every time since, but I'm plagued with the chance this gremlin will reappear again. I called a couple of Suzuki mechanics, but of course they never heard of this problem before. I studied the wiring diagram in the shop manual, and to the best of my reckoning and deduction, it seems to me that the problem either had to be either in the ignition switch, or the ignitor (black box under the seat). Has anyone else experienced this problem and found the solution??