This is a quick one, but very worthwhile. Dave from Ohio alerts his fellow techs about a really weird phenomenon where a simple piece of aftermarket bling in the vehicle cabin can result on a no start condition. Without this tip, you could waste a lot of time chasing down the source of a problem that is, in fact, hiding in plain sight. This 30 second read could save you hours:
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