Check battery condition, connection, cables, and have load-tested. Often a failing battery will act like what you describe.Out for a ride and after a short stop at a photo op overlook the bike would not start. Everything comes to life as expected when the ignition key is turned on, lights, fuel pump primes etc. Hit the started and there is no click from the relay, the lights dim but the starter does not work. Was able to jump start the bike and get home. Once home I jumped the terminals of the relay and the bike started right up. This morning I pulled the relay and got out the shop manual. On the bench the stinkin’ thing clicks when 12V is applied, there is continuity across the terminals to the starter when 12V is applied and there is the correct resistance the terminals for voltage per the manual. Next I disassembled the starter button/switch which is a bit of a Rubics Cube. It’s now cleaned and back in place but the bike still reponds the same way, no click and light dim. Any thoughts? I have a new relay on the way and am hoping I didn’t order something that is not needed or going to work. Thanks in advance for any guidance.