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Truck won't turn over

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Old 12-29-2018, 06:15 PM
Brian Schaefer
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Default Truck won't turn over

I have a 2014 Dodge 3500. Yesterday it ran fine, today it won't start. When I push the start button it only clicks once and won't turn over. All of the dash light come on. Does thistsound It'slike a gelling problem or something else? ItsI only 20 here and I forgot to plug in the truck last night, and I used the desiel pump with additives in already in the fuel instead of adding my own. Any help would be much appreciated. I also had the fuel filter changed last week.
 
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Old 01-10-2019, 01:08 PM
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Sounds like your battery doesn't like the 20 degree temps. I'd start there. Does not sound like gelling to me.
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Originally Posted by Brian Schaefer View Post
I have a 2014 Dodge 3500. Yesterday it ran fine, today it won't start. When I push the start button it only clicks once and won't turn over. All of the dash light come on. Does thistsound It'slike a gelling problem or something else? ItsI only 20 here and I forgot to plug in the truck last night, and I used the desiel pump with additives in already in the fuel instead of adding my own. Any help would be much appreciated. I also had the fuel filter changed last week.
 

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