Hi, I need some help diagnosing an electrical gremlin. Before I go out and buy parts I think I need, maybe somebody can jump in and pinpoint the problem. 1995 Sportster 1200 XLH. Ride it daily to work. Last Friday I shut the motor off with the stop switch and then turned the ignition key off. I re-set the stop switch to On. 1 minute later, I turned the ignition switch to ignition and noticed I had no power to my headlights and instrument lights. The stop switch had already turned to On. Pressed the start button.......nothing. Not even a click. I noticed that I had power from the accessory mode of the ignition switch. Horn, brake lights, turn signals have power. Bike is at home. This is what I tested(most with a meter) and cleaned: 1) Battery is good. 2) Battery cables and connections are good. 3) Stop or kill switch was taken apart and tested. 4) Circuit breakers for ignition, instruments, lights, accessories, and main breaker were tested for continuity. 5) Continuity of wires from ignition switch to main breaker were tested. 6) Breaker panel wires to the starter relay were tested. Knowing that I have power from the ignition switch to circuit panel to accessories, am I okay in assuming the the ignition switch itself is working? A common wire black/red are used in the circuit panel for ignition, instruments, and lights. The black/red wire is connected to the starter relay via SPL8 (another bundle). Am I correct in assuming that if the relay was bad, it would affect the instruments, lights, and ignition? The bike has been trouble free up until now. Prior to this dilemma, the ride to work was uneventful. On the starter relay, I show continuity between spade 30 and 86. Spade 30 connect both to the ignition circuit breaker and the ignition switch. Spade 86 connects to the start switch. Hope I've provided enough information to assist me diagnose this problem. Thank you for your future help!