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Turn key and nothing. no clicking. nothing. battery fully charged, lights and radio come on. Is it the starter? Or is there a fuse I do not know about?

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Could be the starter, get a cheap test lite and get under the truck, on the starter is 2 wires, a big one, and a little one, peirce the little one with test lite and have someone turn the key, if it lites up replace the starter

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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