I'm having a very weird starting issue. It might be that I just have a 12 volt battery that has failed before its warranty has run out, but something is telling me this issue (please watch this 3 minute video I put up on Vimeo... https://vimeo.com/124973946) has more to do with the car's software than it does with its hardware. I used to be able to rectify the issue (crank starting followed by 12V battery failure) by pulling the #5 fuse (the fuse for the IMA), waiting 30 to 60 seconds and reinstalling it or by disconnecting the 12 volt battery cables for 30 seconds and reconnecting them, but now it takes a half dozen or a dozen attempts at pulling fuses and pulling the cables to get a regular non-cranking start with no 12 volt battery failure (warning light illuminating). This car is not supposed to crank start. Operating normally, you turn the key, and the engine just turns on. There is no cranking. Now, the starter is engaged, and the engine cranks to start. The problem with this is that the 12 volt battery dash warning light illuminates, and, as I found out the hard way once, all power for the car is redirected away from the electric motor battery pack to the 12 volt battery, and the car quickly drains the 12 volt battery, loses all power and shuts down completely. A jump start will get it going again very quickly, which leads me to believe this is a software issue, not a failing 12 volt battery issue. Has anyone ever encountered this problem, and does anyone have a better solution they can share with me? If so, please post your comments here.