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1993 harley fat boy will not start

When i attempt to start the bike, I do not get lights, clicks or anything. The battery has been tested and is good. The battery cables have been checked for tightness.

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Another common problem with this year FLSTF is the key switch, OEM has a mechanical switch that can fail, often you can go to the second setting and start the bike. Likely a new switch will fix issue

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Your bikes not getting the message thats its turned on. Check your start button, the wiring to the start button. If thats not it, the key switch/wiring.

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