Sounds like the ignition switch. Does the tack when you first turn over the switch jump down and kinda start to climb and do the indicator lights under the tack cluster pulse dimb and bright? They should be bright .
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ecu is taking up more voltage as a back up reserved. Try removing the battery once it is loaded in the evening and put it back in the morning and try to start.Trial and observation will pin point the main cause.
Key fell out of the ignition. to fix put key back in and start!!! We need more info to solve the issue. Is the battery dead too? lights work? Check engine light on before it died? just a few for starters.
Check connections on the starter. If those are good you could have a starter relay going bad. If its not that check your body grounds under the hood and the ground from the engine to the frame. Hope its one of the easier solutions for you. Please rate if this helps. Thank you
the a/c will always turn on with defrost so the hot air wont crack a cold windshield.it sounds like altenator not keeping up. have it tested.if the engine realy boogs down with the a/c turned on the a/c compressor might be bad.(locking up)