the solenoid is bad on the starter. soon after this problem starts tapping on the starter will not work either any further questions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The starter or battery could be weak. The weakness will cause the starter to turn too slowly to start the truck.
Remove and replace the starter.
A dead battery is the most common cause for a truck not to start. Corroded battery cables is the second most common cause for a truck not to start.
What type of truck is this?
the starter,battery and the alternator are good,icheck and change the the wires but the light inside the dashboard,the headlights come on but the truck will not start.
Sounds like a starter issue. Bad wire to the starter could cause it.
I have a 93 chevy pick up all I want is to hard wire the starter so the the truck will start with just wire straight from the starter to battery
2004 mercedes truck wont start sometimes. Why
If all of the other remote functions work, the problem is most likely in the truck. Check all of the connections and the relay that control the remote starter functions of the truck.
Loose connection? Bad starter (flat spot)? Bad starter solenoid?
Jump the circuit in the keyswitch to the "on" position, jump the starter with a starter button.
The starter could be bad. Or the battery. The starter could be bad. Or the battery.
crawl under truck and tap the starter with a hammer crawl under truck and tap the starter with a hammer
the starter or the battery could of gone bad.
Dead battery? Loose or dirty battery cables? Bad starter solenoid? Bad starter? Neutral switch?
are you getting fuel?
It depends, you could try starter fluid.
starter going out or poor voltage
check the wiring change the starter relay and clean ignition switch with electicial cleaner.
That depends upon what the starter problem is. If the battery is exhausted, you can use another vehicle's battery, with jumper cables.
If it's before you actually turn the key to the start position, Cummins engines use an electric priming pump, so it might be that. If you're hearing that sound as you try to actually start the truck, and it doesn't crank, then your starter is toast.
well depanding on ther truck if you have a ford with a starter solenoid on the pass firewall when you try to start it with the key it should make a click sound if not you have a bad starter solenoid if a Chevy and your jumping it from the starter it self you have a bad solenoids i would replace it Chevy you can some times buy the solenoid it self but i would buy a new starter just in case
Could be bad glow plugs.
Sounds like a bad starter solenoid
remote starter?? No remote starter car is 1993 Chevy blazer (truck)