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Old 06-28-2013, 04:46 PM
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My truck was running fine, stopped at the grocery store and when I got back in the truck would not start. Turn the key and nothing, had to jump the solenoid for it to start. any ideas on what my problem is?
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Old 06-28-2013, 05:48 PM
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My truck was running fine, stopped at the grocery store and when I got back in the truck would not start. Turn the key and nothing, had to jump the solenoid for it to start. any ideas on what my problem is?
Did you jump the solenoid on the fender well?

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Old 06-28-2013, 07:21 PM
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Starter is fried! Had the same thing happen to an IDI only i was laying in a mud hole trying to get it started. Take a hammer and tap the starter a couple times see if that helps? Solenoid ontop of the starter may have crapped out! Thats what they are known for


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Sounds like when my fuel heater fried... there is a fuse under the hood that needs to be replaced (fuse #30) and you have to unplug the connector to the fuel filter bowl.
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Sounds like when my fuel heater fried... there is a fuse under the hood that needs to be replaced (fuse #30) and you have to unplug the connector to the fuel filter bowl.
If that was the case ,the truck would not have started at all. Since that fuse shares with the pcm as well.
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