As I said the bike was delivered to the dealer last Wednesday. They checked it for fault codes immediately but none were reported. Unable to duplicate the no starting problem because the bike was warm they sent me on my way with a loaner.
Thursday I called but didn't get a response until after hours. I was told in his 20 years plus of working on BMW's this was a first. In the morning after sitting overnight in the cool weather it indeed would not start. Sitting for 2 minutes with ignition on the sero motor sounded and it would start. Again no fault codes were reported.
They began by breaking the bike down to expose the relays in the power area that some of you me referred to. They checked numerous relay switches none of which were bad (I'm sorry I can't remember the names of the different relays they said they checked). Since they were less than $20 each they replaces a couple of them just to be sure.
Moving on to the security system that I was told is housed under the trunk in the rear of the bike they found that the rechargable battery it contains would not hold a charge. When that battery is dead it does not send the necessay code to the computer to allow the bike to start. By turning on the ignition and letting the bike sit until the bike battery somewhat charges the security unit battery the codes can be sent for the bike to start. The new security system unit or battery I'm not sure which was ordered Friday but cannot be installed until next Tuesday because they are closed on Mondays. The financial details of this are very vague to me because the Services Manager called me after hours and didn't have those details available plus he said the dealership owner was going to work something out with me to help minimize my expenses. What ever that means!
After I pick up the bike and can discuss it more throughly with the Parts Manager I will give a more detailed summary of what transpired.
Again thank you to all who have offer help and encouragement.