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What causes my fatboy to click,not start, battery good

Already replaced starter and voltage regulator

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A few simple tests and what the results mean.

Obtain a voltmeter that will allow you to read up to about 16-17 volts DC.

1. Start vehicle, attach voltmeter to battery (red to +) (black to -) and read voltage. *Note: you are reading the output of the alternator with it running.
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