So, car wouldn't crank over, but lights turned on, figured it was the starter. Took it into an indy shop. They said it did need a new battery and starter- negotiated $700. After putting the starter in, they told me the key was defunct and that it wasn't the starter (but it did need a battery they said). Okay, good, I thought- save me some money. Now, there saying they think it's the ECM and not the key. I'm across the country so I'm kinda at the mercy of their word on their diagnostics, but I'm concerned here b/c how would they know it's not the key when there's no spare or replacement yet? Any experience with this kinda thing? The only other clue was the radio face said "LOW VOLTAGE."