Hey, everyone Sorry I haven't been around -- I've been visiting family for the past month. My sister has herself a 2013 Kia Optima with Command Start through the Key Fob. She currently has two dead batteries on both key fobs so she just uses the key to enter the car and hasn't had time to get new batteries and have them reprogrammed. I have been driving her car and she mentioned that there are times it would take anywhere between 2 to 4 times to start after driving and shut-off. I also noticed it would do this at times with it parked over night. It does turn over but now it seems a bit more finicky when wanting to start. Mechanically, everything looks and appears sound. This honestly sounds as though it is like a communication issue between the fob, command start or computer, possibly the ignition switch. My sister mentioned that she had the command start serviced once before and the vehicle is under warranty but as per usual, they said it didn't do it for them. I find that highly suspect as it does it immediately after shut-off and I have no problem getting it to do it for me. I am bringing it in to the dealer so a bit of helpful thoughts and advice are welcome. The questions I have for the members are: What is your experience with intermittent no-start issues (Mopar or non-Mopar related) that might occur because of communication issues with command start or dead batteries/reprogramming of the key fob? How should I approach the dealer on this issue so that my sister can get better service response? Could this simply be a matter of new batteries and reprogramming the fob? I want to ensure that her concerns are being respected. Thanks again!