Anyone else encounter a failed starter and a burnt electrical smell? I'm trying to somewhat diagnose my '17 Vintage on the side of the road while I wait for Geico to call me back.
Once I figured out it starts itself with a quick press of the button, that's all I've ever done. My advice would be if it starts getting hard to start, as in requires more than one time to get it running, get the starter looked at. Mine puked literally in a puff of smoke. What I find frustrating is that I feel like I have to wait for a catastrophic failure or else I'll get the myriad of excuses and the usual, "I've never seen that before."I'm very curious about the cause so was wondering if you always hit the starter button and immediately took your finger off or kept it there until it started? Certainly glad it's covered under warranty but hope this isn't going to be a concern for others or if there is something we can do to avoid the issue.