Q: With the ignition off the truck tries to start its self when you go to hook up a battery

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The starter seems to be good and batteries fully charged but when you go to hook up the battery it automatically tries to turn the starter over all wires are correctly mounted and the ignition is off with no keys in it

My car has 182500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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