Bought an 2019 Outback 7 months ago. The mileage on the car today is around 8000. No problems with the car whatsoever until now. The other day my wife went to start the car and it wouldn't crank. Lights, radio, door locking, etc all work. When you try to start the car, it will do nothing the first two times you push the starter button. The third time you'll get the error message "keyless access system disabled" then "check owner's manual". Put the battery on a charger and took no time at all to full charge. Tried to start car with battery charger set to "start" with no success. Battery terminals are squeaky clean. Checked fuses and none are blown. Car recognizes both fobs. Problem exists regardless of fob used. We have tried the suggested fixes in the owner's manual with no luck. Not a lot of info on this problem with a google search. Anyone have any suggestions?