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Old September 9th, 2016, 07:31 PM
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If you ever think you have a flooding issue (often caused by the coolant temp sensor or wiring) you can unplug the inertia switch and then try cranking with the pedal to the floor. The engine will usually sputter or start on the fuel in the cylinders if that is the case.
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Old September 11th, 2016, 05:11 AM
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No start in Breckenridge ...

For what it's worth ...

Had a similar issue last weekend, driving around normally and as I pull into the driveway, truck stalls and refuses to start up again...

I reached you to a couple of go-to. All gave great advice which I ignored as i thought "too simple".

About a month ago, car did something similar, I ended up at a dealership and the simply replaced the rotor & cap.

When I was advised to check that last week, I said to myself "no way, they are both new"

Lesson learned - a week of fiddling about in short spurts. I put in the rotor that I had recently replaced and the truck started immediately....

In short listen to the guys that know better ...
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