It will be stored in Huddleston VA over the winter (could freeze). I will plan on putting fuel stabil in the gas and running it through the system. I would also spray fogging oil in the air intake to hit the cylinders (is that recommended) and then pull the battery.
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you posted a motor cycle to a car forum. honda cars.
but is car like with EFI , cat and stuff.
so scan it. get the scan tool and scan it after checking all fuse
and for bad gas,
if bike was parked, for long time the fuel goes bad, this is the #1
all time failure for all motorcycles, most of them are in garages never driven or very little, and in winter, less.
I had 8 bikes at one time, and in winter not one seen driving 80miles a day to work. ever....
but you must be down south , where i am. warm. and nice weather.
70F yesterday here.
If a serious DIY guy, get the FSM, and read it.
its all there. read it and ask questions no clear in the book.
the main reason the alarm goes off by itself is usually due to
the doors on the car. the alarm is triggered when the cotnrol system
detects that a door has been opened. There should be 2-3 terminals that line up to make sure the door is closed. In the winter they can get frosted with ice or dirty from salt and road dirt. the contacts get greasy/grimy/dirty over time.
switches don't make a good electrical contact the slightest vibration
can cause them to break contact and trick the security control unit into
thinking that someone has attempted to open the door. The easiest solution is to clean the contacts on the door switches on both
sliding doors with isoprophol alcohol.
the doors use a plunger type switch that the door closes against.
if either of those switches is loose it couldalso cause the same problem.
clean the contacts on the sliding door and see if the problem goes away. it probably will.
I also like to spray the rubber plunger receivers with a quick coat of silicone grease, this keeps the rubber from getting brittle and makes it less prone ot freezing in the winter.
it is most likely the battery (im not saying it is ) this problems occurs alot in the winter you may want to take the battery and let it sit indoors or garage for at least a day or two ,if that works you may also you want to purchase something called HEET keeps gas from freezing up only a couple dollars at your local gas store/station