The owner I got the bike from did live very close to the coast. However, having gone through almost every connector on the top side of this bike most everything looks like it is in very good condition! I personally think the previous owner did not own it very long. And the owner before that, not sure where he lives, kept the bike in a garage and it sat up for 7 years without even being started!! I know!!!!!!!!!! Having been a car mechanic on and off for over 12 years I know what happens to vehicles that sit for any length of time and none of it is good. Probably why I am having issues now. I am trying to finish the "getting it back in shape" process from it sitting for such a long time. Something I have for got to mention. On the first day of diagnosing, with test light as I was trying to see if I had power, not checking voltage, so I was using just a 12 volt test light. I connected the the one end of the test light to the ground of the battery. The other end I touched to the negative side of the fuel pump. You guessed it, the test light lit up, as it should have. Then I touched it to the positive side of the fuel pump and the light lit up again. This is indicating that I have a short to ground on the power wire to the fuel pump. Started back tracing the power lead to the fuel pump and checking every connector that I could visually see that it connected to. That wasn't far! Then it disappeared into the wire loom. Lost track from there. What does that circuit go to and where? Not sure that this is my only problem or if it would effect my l.e.d.s from running a diagnosis on the bike and as to why they will not light at all. Sorry about all of this but my memory does not serve me well and alzheimers runs in the family so I kind of get these "flash backs" here and there. This is part of the reason I wish I had someone here. They might actually remember what we have checked and done and what we still need to do. I wasn't able to work on it today as my brother and I had to help a friend out all day. And yes it was in the rain. We were all completely soaked from head to toe and didn't get back home until almost 7 pm this evening. We left about 8am this morning, and we still have to go back to try to finish up. Our friend bought a new mobile home and he is responsible for the electric being hooked up ( the power pole had to pulled out of the ground and moved to the other side of the home and a new hole dug to put it in) the sewer pipes installed under the home and connected to the septic tank, and the water line being hooked up from the water meter to the home. Had a lot of digging to do today. We got most of it done today, but the darkness fell and rain got to heavy. Finished some of the inside work up in the house with a small flash light! That was fun! Was still able to find a leak on the hot water tank though. Darn I'm good! LOL! I had better go for now. Messed up left wrist while digging. In a brace and is really hurting now. If you think that any of the information I gave earlier rings a bell about something let me know and when I get the oppertunityI will get back on working on it! Thanks so much for all of the help! Take care and stay safe!