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Q: What do I do if my truck does not start?

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What do I do if my truck does not start?

Your truck was designed to start easily but sometimes, problems occur. If your vehicle does not start properly.

  1. Hold the gas pedal 1/3 to 1/2 of the way to the floor and crank the engine.

  2. If the engine does not start, repeat step 1.

  3. If the engine does start, release the gas pedal.

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