Thanks for the reminder.
I charged the battery all night and re-installed it in the bike.
BC flashed and starter did not engage upon re-installation. (so I guess the relay is OK ?)
Started the bike up and it seemed to start ok with the exception of a little grinding noise the first time I hit the starter button ???
Cycled the start on/off about six times. The only noticable difference is my idle is now very erratic ???
Wasn't there something posted about after having the power removed that the BC has to learn the throttle again ???
(found it...../ Be sure to perform the TPS max open position reset (or whatever the hell it's called)after buttoning everything up.
Insert key into ignition, turn to on but do not start, twist throttle from fully released to fully open three times, then switch off ignition.
IF it's not too cold today, I will take her out for a little excersise.
This has been the ONLY real issue with my GT, I am still on version 6.0.
What I learned from this:
1) Keep the battery charged fully.(I was under the impression riding once a week in the winter would do this ?)
2) Even tho the bike is very sophisticated/know where things like the battery/computer ect. are located and how to get to them in a hurry. (DUH!)
3) My fellow riders on this forum are helpful/decent/ human beings.( not sure why I thought otherwise ?) Anybody traveling thru So. Idaho has a place to stay, tho the company may be a little boring.