When it was -30 degrees out, I started my truck and tried to jump start another vehicle. My truck died and now when I try to start it it just makes this grinding sound like vehicles make when you try to start them after they are already running. I'm thinking it might be the starter but I just got that 9 months ago. Any ideas?
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2004 f250 6.0 diesel trapped in extreme cold temps -30 plugged truck in put anti gel in added 10 more gallons of fuel. Truck will start run a few minutes and die. will not restart immediately but if wait 20 or 30 minutes it will start run few minutes and die again. Tried repeating process many times same result. Batteries now dead charging now. Can you help need truck to help others with groceries and medical needs.
New key has to be programmed to match computer in vehicle ! It takes 2 new keys and a programmer to accomplish this ! You will go crazy trying to chase it down , so just call a locksmith or someone witha programmer now before you damage something in the sustenta !
yur not supposed to and no yu dont need to reset them to the best of my knowledge my truck a 97 dodge ram 2500 v8 sat for like 8 months dead battery and had no problems but yes disconecting negative will remove power from the computer message me back with any questions