I may have to replace the oil pressure switch on my ‘97 Trophy. The light only works occasionally, and I’d feel more comfortable knowing that it will light up I’d there’s a problem, even though I check the oil level often. I still need to test the bulb by grounding the wire, I just haven’t done that yet. I’m pretty sure the switch location is the later one, on the top of the crankcase, cause every time I need a part for the bike it’s for the later Trophy. So my question is, if the switch is, in fact, at the top of the crankcase, do I need to drain the oil before removing it? I just did an oil change a few hundred miles ago and I’d like to avoid those extra steps if possible. Also will I need to remove any fairing pieces to reach the switch?