I own a 2017 Kia SUV and periodically I'll give my neighbor a boost on their 2002 Liberty Jeep periodically, maybe once or twice a month, until they buy another battery.
So I noticed a couple of times this month that my car doesn't start when I push the ignition button and my key sensor is close to the ignition, so that's not the problem and after a couple of more tries then it starts.
I think there's something wrong with my sensors in which I'm bringing it into Kia to have checked out, but in the meantime, could giving my friend a boost cause damage to my start sensors? We're obviously boosting the correct way negative on negative, positive on positive. So any ideas if this is causing the issues on my sensors or a possible warning to me to stop boosting their battery?