2017 Armada SV has an electronic starting issue: I’ve had this happen 3 times in last year...Has anyone else had this issue?: Engine starts but runs very rough and shakes, but pushing the start / stop button again engages the starter into the flywheel again instead of stopping the motor. Since the Start / Stop button would not stop the motor, I had to wait until the motor just stalled on its own, which took 15-20 seconds. I thought maybe I pressed the start / stop button too close to when I pressed the brake pedal, but I’ve not been able to duplicate the problem, and the dealer couldn’t either. They tried to say its my fault if I’m not pressing the brake before the start button, but in reality, it’s their engineering error because the design should never allow the motor to start unless the proper start sequence is done, and when the motor does run, it should run correctly, and when it is running, the stop button should turn it off, NOT engage the starter. So there seems to be a software issue that allows the engine to false start with some portion of the ECM not functioning (seems like the timing is off or injectors aren’t working right). My concern is possible engine damage from it running uncontrollably and flywheel damage from the starter gear hitting it.