Finally nice here in Iowa. I planned ahead, had the battery tender on my 2014 Chief Vintage. Went out to start it and my turn signal pin wouldn't work. So, found the fob, went out and it started right up. Went for a 50 mi ride to my favorite pub, had an awesome cheeseburger and fries and great conversation with a couple bikers. Time to leave, lots of bikers sitting on the veranda watching the cool red Indian...hit the big black button, dash lit up, pushed starter button, nothing! Tried it 3 more times, dash would light up, all looked good, but no starter. Starting to get nervous w all the people watching me, tried the turn signal push 3 times right, 4 times left, 7 times right, 2 times left...nothing. Pulled the fob out of my pocket, held it over the tank, tried the big black stupid button several more times, dash reads good, no starter. Started moving the fob around, near headlight, by my crotch, finally the starter worked, engine fired up fine, whew. Clicked in gear and the horn honked once, thought I accidently hit the horn while backing the 1193 lb beast out. Took off, 44 harley riders watching me, the horn starts honking quicker and quicker, I kind of knew what might be coming so I accelerated hard to get out of their view, horn honking faster and faster. Got around the corner and the engine died. Did some more waving of the fob, finally started again, no horn this time, and I hightailed it for home. I had planned on stopping a few times on the way home but ditched that lame idea. Rode it home 50 miles w no hiccup. I suppose the bike battery voltage got too low over the winter and lost my programmed personal PIN at the turn signal button? Then my fob battery may be old which caused the hard starting and horn honking? Wow, I really like the big push button so I don't have to have one of those cumbersome stupid mechanical keys.