First its a 2003 Focus with about 70k miles on it. Has been running and driving great with no issues at all. My girlfriends son drives it and last nigh the headed out to go hang out with some college friends about an hour away. He was on the highway with the cruise control on at 65mph. He said the car sounded like it bumped into neutral for a second and then just quit. I went out to rescue him and found that the transmission warning light was on (the orange one that looks like a gear with a exclamation point in it) and when you turn the key to the start position it does nothing. No clicks, no starter no nothing. Very odd. The car still had power, the radio was on, lights and windows all worked although the hazards did not work so that was odd. Turn signals did though. I Pulled the battery terminals and made sure they were clean and I checked the connecitons on the back side of the pos terminal as well. Reconnected the battery and still nothing. We had to leave it by the road last night and I am going to pick it up today with a tow dolly if I cant make it start. I did check and it has transmission fluid. I know the A solenoid goes out in these, I have replace one before but why wont it even crank? Oh I also put my SCT tuner on it to check codes and it gave me an error. I have an older scanner that I am going to try today but thought it may be a sign of other issues. Any help would be great.