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It doesn't do this all the time but sometimes it will not turn over. Leave it alone for about an hour and it will start right up. What can this be?

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Does the truck have this issue before or after it has been driven? If it does it when engine is cold suspect a security malfunction and look for a RED indicator light to be on in the instrument cluster. If it does it when the engine is warm suspect a starter motor going bad and "dragging". The security issue is very common on a Dodge.

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