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If an S10 truck will not start is there a relay or circuit breaker that could be the problem?


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2015-07-16 18:06:41
2015-07-16 18:06:41

Well somethings i need to know?

Is the truck engine turning over and just not starting?

If the truck is turning over i would first off guess either gas or elelctrical problems.

If the starter is not turning the engine over, then i would point at the starter relay (you should hear that click when you turn the key). Also if you find that the relay is fine and it is just not clicking then i would look at the ignition switch on the steerin column.

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Also, it may be the ignition control module. If the engine turns, but no spark, this could be the ptoblem also. Good Luck!

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