After 39,940 miles my 08 Fat Boy is letting me down for the first time, and after all I've put it through that's not bad. At least it didn't happen in a remote jungle! I've called a shop in the states, but they are now closed till Tue, as well as the Singapore HD till Monday, and I wonder! I turned the switch to start, and when I hit the starter button - click. All contacts for battery and inside the switch (those three sliders with the springs) are clean, and fuses all ok. Battery is at 12.8 v, and if I turn ign. sw. to Accessory there are 12v there, but when I turn the switch to ignition it all drops to 0.3: at the battery, and at the tangs on the ign. sw. Removed the PC V to check with OEM, but nothing different. Both shops gave a confirmation that the ignition sw. is probably the culprit. Although there shows continuity on the ign. side of the switch. By appearance the ign. tang (all tangs actually) just run solid through the plastic housing for shared contact by the sliders inside. Puzzling! I'm wondering if I can test it by making a direct contact from the center power tang crossed to the ign. tang? Without concern for blowing fuses or worse! I'm isolated out in the rice paddys and just want to be careful. Thanks.