Did you get your truck started yet?
My best guess is not the starter, but the fuel pump.
Here is a test:
Take off the snorkle hose going to the throttle body.
Hold open the throttle plate and spray a fair amount of starting fluid into the throttle body.
If the truck starts right up, it is running on the starting fluid, and your problem is fuel related. Doesn't necessarily have to be the pump, a bad regulator won't start it either. But at least you've narrowed it down.
Of course if it is a bad pump, it will only run for a minute until the starting fluid is burned up, then it will stall again.
Friday, January 20th, 2006 AT 6:09 PM