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Q: Truck needs new starter solenoid.

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Truck won't start. I suspect a starter solenoid problem.

There is a problem with the starters on that year model truck. I would test the fuses and check the codes on the computer and then you need to check the voltage to the starter and solenoid. A technician from YourMechanic can assist you with this.

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