Had been siting for 2 years punt a new battery and started right up and ran fine for 2 days. Then one morning it would not start turns over. I checked gas is ok changed the cap and rotter they looked bad but nothing I changed the coil still nothing.
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sounds like the alternator might not be charging the battery. i would see if the alternator was putting out 12-14 volts. you can do this by gettin the truck started and use a multimeter and check the terminals for 12-14 volts if it is under that then the alternator is the problem. also test this by puttin the battery under a load. i.e turn on lights, air and so on
WHEN DOESN'T CRANK,TRY RELEASING FUEL FROM FUEL RAIL AND SEE IF FUEL COMES OUT,WATCH YOUR EYES. LOCATED BY #7 CYLINDER. FUEL SHOULD SPRAY OUT,LOOKS LIKE A TIRE PRESSURE VALVE ON FUEL RAIL. NOTHING COMES OUT THAN FUEL DELIVERY PROB OR VAPOR LOCK?
hi i dont mean to sound harsh but never assume anything with cars,
if the engine cranks but wont start check for a spark at the plugs if no spark then you know that the problem is ignition or electrical in nature. if you have a good spark then you need to find out if you have fuel to the engine a good trick which i use is to spray some carb or injection cleaner into the manifold via a vacuum pipe dont spray it down the intake you might set yourself on fire ! if the engine kicks and attempts to run you know its a fuel fault . come back when youve established this.