Re: Another no start problem
If it was just the GPR, you would be getting white smoke out the tailpipe. The truck may or may not start with a bad GPR depending on conditions at the time. To check the GPR put the DVOM leads on both large posts (one on one post the other lead on the other post. When the key is in the wait-to-start position, you will be measuring the voltage drop across the relay. Anything more than 0.3 volt on the meter (the voltage drop) and the relay is bad. Cheers!
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