I was wondering if anyone else had ever experienced the same problem I'm having. I have a 2012 1000 Commander XT that is essentially stock (Wicked Bilt aftermarket power steering) with 1200 miles on it. This problem presents itself every 10-15 start attempts, it doesn't seem to matter if it has run and is warmed up or stone cold. When I turn on the ignition switch the computer does it's prestart up checks: all the gauges swing full scale then return to zero, the warning lights come on, I can hear the fuel pump run, and the Multi Function gauge recognizes the performance key; then sometimes (once every 10- 15 starts) when I push the start button it will not crank, nothing happens even with multiple presses of the start button. I have had this happen with the transmission in park and cannot remember ever having it do it with the machine in gear with my foot on the brake, but I usually don't start in that condition.. At first I thought maybe it was because I wasn't letting the computer do all the prestart checks so now I religiously wait for it to complete all the checks, it still happens once every 10-15 startup attempts. The only way to get it to crank is to re-cycle the ignition key from on, to off, then to on (generally without headlights on), then re attempt the start, sometimes it will crank and start after one re-cycle from on to off then back on but other times it may two even three attempts. i have not had any problem with the machine starting when it cranks, it always fires right up. It has never let me down so it won't start at all but my concern is that when and if it does I will be miles from nowhere! Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance for you guys help.