We have featured some strange causes for no starts in the resource articles over the years, from rodents chewing wires to other odd circumstances, but this one might be at the top of the “who would have guessed it” list. In this great case study, Michael from Utah recounts a recent no start Ford Focus that required a pretty straightforward BCM replacement. But, when he got a callback shortly later for the same problem on the same vehicle, he knew something was up. Let’s just say that you’re not likely to guess the source of the problem, which rooted out the second time around. Check it out at the link below.

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