I am hoping someone can shed some light on an issue I am having. I have a 2003 FLHRCI. It was stored in a heated garage for the past 6 months, due to a heavy winter in Minnesota. While in storage, I had a battery tender on it. The battery is only a year old. Well, on my 1st ride of the season, I noticed that the alarm light would go on and off, randomly. It has a factory alarm, and the light I speak of is shaped like a key and is to the right of my check engine light. I also noticed that the check engine light came on a couple of times. Now, I don't have a siren installed, the alarm just flashes my turn signals and disables the bike. Well, I parked the bike in the lot at work. A few minutes later, I noticed that my turn signals were on steady. I turned the ignition switch on the tank, on and off, and the lights went out. After work, I was on my way home, and noticed that I had no turn signals. I pulled over to check it out. When I didn't find anything, I went to start the bike. I turned on the tank switch, heard my fuel pump start, like normal, then flipped the thumb switch. All seemed normal. But when I went to hit the start switch, nothing. Not a click. Silence. I looked at my lights. They were all normal and bright. After checking a few things, I decided to have it towed home. The 1st thing I checked was wiring connections under the seat. All good. Then went to the starter relay. Since I don't carry spare relays, I swapped it out with the brake light relay that was next to it. The bike fired right up, and I now have turn signals again. All seems fine. But, I still have my alarm light coming on and off, randomly, after the bike has been started. The check engine light does also, although not as much. So, everything sounds and seems fine, with the exception of those lights turning on and off at random, after the bike has been started. They do it at idle and at rpm. I'm afraid to take it anywhere again until I get this problem solved. Any input would be great and I thank you in advance. BTW. The alarm seems to be functioning as normal.