Q: When I go to start my truck it has an extended start up, almost like it's wanting to stay in the "on" position.

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When I put my key in the ignition to start my truck, it's almost like it wants to stay in the "on" position when I turn it over.

My car has 130120 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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