I think it's the battery... Bought new 2-2020 and maintained. This morning I turned on ignition switch and the warning lights all start coming on and slowly getting brighter until everything was on, touched the starter got a click and the warning lights all dimmed to almost off, then slowly came back. By jove, that is odd. Turned it off, checked battery voltage and it showed 12.4, pulled it double checked cell levels and plugged in a charger. It showed charging light and 2 hours later I looked, bingo fully charged. I checked voltage during the charging process and saw the voltage fluctuating constantly from 14.27 to 14.64 and thought that "also, odd. At "charged" voltage was steady at 12.4, pulled the plug on the charger and watched the voltage do a steady drop to 10.52... New battery procured, it's doing a slow trickle charge now. I also looked at the main fuse initially and it looked connected, albeit not flat any more, I noticed there was a spare, so next thing was to pull flatten and re-seat the flat fuse, with no real pressure at all it broke in two and it looked fatigued right where it broke. OK then, pull the spare and pop it in, and it broke coming out of the holder. (Insert favorite bad word here) Ordered a replacement 30 amp fuse that's a different design and more robust looking from Install Bay MANL30, 30 amp ANL fuses, 2 pack..