Hey Y'all! I'm having a problem with my charging system, I believe, but I want to make sure. First, let me say that I've searched and read a number of items here and on other websites, but the problem is that I'm very uneducated when in comes to electrical stuff. That said, simply cutting and pasting a link to something will likely be a waste of time without a really detailed explanation. Okay... My bike is a 1995 Heritage Softail w/80" Evo. I assume the regulator and stator are what came on the bike. Scenario... I can put the trickle charger on the bike all night and the battery - which checks out good load-test wise - and take the charger off in the morning, say, at 8am. I get on it at 10am to ride, and I get nothing. Not even a click. After a few seconds, then I get not even a dash light. This problem has always been present, but it used to be far less severe. I would ride somewhere and have dinner, get back on and it would just give me one click per button-push. It would finally start, but what a pain. I read that it could be a bad ignition switch (and have ordered one), but I can't help but to think something's going on in my charging system. So, I've read about testing the stator and the regulator, but I'm not sure if I'm doing it right and if I'm reading the results correctly. The only tool I have to do this is what's pictured below. I have found the regulator plug at the front of the engine that has two male plugs into two female on the engine. When I plug the two pins on my meter into the female holes on the engine case socket, with the meter set at the green "OHM X K1" setting, the meter jumps all the way over to the right (at zero). When I connect the red pin to either male plug at the end of the wire coming from the regulator, the meter goes to the right and stops somewhere between one and zero (green). Am I doing this right, and how do I interpret this. Any help would be greatly apprectiated.