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I have a 06 Fatboy with 5800 miles on it. I started the bike up normally. After about 5 seconds the bike just died and will not even do a self test. I do hear a relay click when I turn on the switch. No lights, horn, no nothing. Battery is good. Any help?

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I'm always hestitant to offer suggestions on the newer Harleys, my experience is all on 1999 and earlier carb bikes. But try the standard stuff first. No horn or lights leads me to check my connections and fuses starting with the ground for the battery. Torque em up a little and see if it helps

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