I doubt that is what's causing your car not to crank. I assume you said it was the same problem because you used a code scanner and came up with the same code? If not, then how can you be sure that it's the same problem? If a car doesn't start with anything but a jump- then that's usually a sign of a bad battery. This can happen at any time, and your problem: getting the car back from the dealer and having it die a week later, is what I'd call an evil coincidence. That happens more often than you think. A car goes in for a repair, and a few days later something else breaks that is completely unrelated to the repair, or even the same area the repair is in. This leads conspiracy theorists like Jello Biafra to write songs like "Trust Your Mechanic" when it's really an act of nature.
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