I would agree with Cosmo & either have the battery charged up with a charger, swap with known good one first to see if that is the root cause.
Also, turn on the lights and have someone watch to see if they go very dim when you try to crank it over, if the lights go really dim, that would most likely point to a bad battery.
If the truck is going to be setting for months, look at buying a "Trickel Charger" at Walmart (about $20.) And hook it up & this will keep a maint charge on the battary, or simply drive the truck around a few hours a month, etc.
Recommend Walmart or Costco for replacements as they have great warranties as well.
Monday, January 9th, 2006 AT 11:24 AM