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Maybe starter solenoid or starter itself bad. Buy yourself a 12 volt light type tester $5 find solenoid to starter, have someone try to start while you have one lead on one of the small wire terminal and the other lead on the other small wire terminal. If you get light solenoid should work and u will hear click. If starter does not turn over place one lead of tester on large wire terminal and other lead on large wire terminal, if you get light with person trying to start engine you have a solenoid that contacts are not making contact. Also if you have been mud bogging or somehow immersed the starter in water you may have blown starter fuse.
More info is needed. Has it been upgraded to fuel injection? What is idle set to in park? Is there an aftermarket cam installed?
If it was originally in a manual transmission car and your car is automatic the idle will need to be adjusted higher. If it has been upgraded to fuel injection (throttle body injection) I would start by checking the idle air control.
If we have more info about the engine we can help out more.
Check your coil for cracks or signs of corrosion. If you instead have a distributor cap, do the same. If it all looks okay, start the vehicle and pop the hood. Get a water bottle or something to spray water with and start getting the wires and coil and distributor wet until the truck stalls. Make sure to do it slowly so you can tell what part you soaked that caused the truck to stall.