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Why when turning the key to start truck it sounds like it's stuck?
2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Why when turning the key to start truck it sounds like it's stuck?

(2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500)
When turning the key to start the truck it sounds like it's wanting to turn on but get's stuck and when it eventually starts up the truck is shaking and acts like it wants to turn off. Took truck to Orielly's Auto Parts and their system read that it's "Running Rich" Help!
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Yes when the truck has been off for 8-10 hours
How long have you had this problem? 2 weeks
Tags: check engine light, chevrolet, silverado 1500
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on February 20, 2019
The starter motor is on a timer controlled by the computer - it will continue to CRANK the engine for a predetermined amount of time until engine starts or time has elapsed - that is perfectly normal.

The reason you are noticing this now is the engine is not starting as it should due to an operating systems malfunction - which is going to require *hands-on* diagnostic testing by qualified personnel to discover exactly what that malfunction is.

We can’t offer any diy repair suggestions here online because we can do the required *hands-on* diagnostic testing.

You’ll need to contact local auto repair facility to discuss those repair arrangements.
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on February 20, 2019

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on February 20, 2019
The starter motor is on a timer controlled by the computer - it will continue to CRANK the engine for a predetermined amount of time until engine starts or time has elapsed - that is perfectly normal.

The reason you are noticing this now is the engine is not starting as it should due to an operating systems malfunction - which is going to require *hands-on* diagnostic testing by qualified personnel to discover exactly what that malfunction is.

We can’t offer any diy repair suggestions here online because we can do the required *hands-on* diagnostic testing.

You’ll need to contact local auto repair facility to discuss those repair arrangements.
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on February 20, 2019

Parts stores do not qualify!

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