Batteries can, and do, fail within 2 years. That doesn't mean I'm saying that's the issue, but it's the most common first step in troubleshooting. After that, I'd confirm, test, inspect, etc. the following items:
Battery terminals - are they tight and not corroded?
Battery cables - any signs of corrosion on either end? Replace if any doubts, especially given your location in Ohio
Bad ground - rusted or corroded connections. This can happen in various places in the vehicle
Plug in professional tech tool and look for any codes that exist or previously existed. Maybe a weak connection on a sensor, for example, or a failing sensor.
I have looked at all that you said on Battery nothing looks bad ,on the Body Controll what one do you check or the TBCBattery feed
Now I have Electrical issues the dash has stopped working the computer part works sometimes on it if I hit the button to turn on light inside dash goes out have had this issue for awhile now
I was going to go ahead and clean the Throttle Body to see if that will help
Thank you so much for helping me with this Issue