Went to crank this morning and nothing. No turning of the starter, not even any dash lights. Battery is good, a jump does nothing. No main fuses blown. Bump starting would not get it going. Pushing it back up the hill was no fun.
My theory? EOC has killed my car. A typical person uses their ignition switch twice per trip - once to turn the car on, once to turn it off. I estimate that I use my ignition switch a minimum of 20 times per trip with all the EOC that I do. That means that my ignition switch will wear out 10 times faster than the average driver. I replaced a bad ignition switch about 4 years ago in this car - it died due to non EOC issues. I have a log of miles / time put on this ignition switch from new to dead. A new ignition switch is $48 from AutoZone.
I will confirm tonight when I get home from work whether or not it is the ignition switch. I have thought this may happen ever since I started EOC'ing.
Along with starter wear, this is definitely something to think about while EOC'ing!
So it wasn't my ignition switch. My (+) battery lead that goes to the fuse box has corroded and broken in half. I have thought of putting a kill button in for a while so I don't have to wear out my ignition.