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Old 10-16-2013, 10:37 PM   #1
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just some prayers, if you can spare them...

typed a whole bunch out that made no sense, so can I just ask for prayers? thanks

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Re: just some prayers, if you can spare them...

Thanks Melony. Our truck died and I walked home with the little ones last night. We think it's the starter, but now, it's a matter of how to get it back here, replace the starter (DH is not that type of dude) and so forth with no money. He told me he hasn't been able to pay all of rent this month. If it weren't for joint custody, we could move for better job ops for him, but we are here for now. What our family really needs is a real job for my DH. It wears on him doing menial jobs for a non-living wage, while he has experience and training in a lucrative field and just can't get in it here. It's been 5 years, really the whole time we have been together and....well, I am really trying to live out Phil 4:6
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If it makes you feel better, replacing a starter is realively easy. I had ****ty cars high school thru college, and kinda had to teach myself a bit. Might even be able to pick one up for next to nothing if you call a junk yard.

Also - depending on how old the truck is, you might be able to restart it by banging on the starter with a hammer (I had a Tacoma I started like this for 6 months ) The solenoids get all gunked up and need a jolt.
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If it makes you feel better, replacing a starter is realively easy. I had ****ty cars high school thru college, and kinda had to teach myself a bit. Might even be able to pick one up for next to nothing if you call a junk yard.

Also - depending on how old the truck is, you might be able to restart it by banging on the starter with a hammer (I had a Tacoma I started like this for 6 months ) The solenoids get all gunked up and need a jolt.
Thanks! My dh and son tried that this am, but apparently, you are supposed to keep it in the start position, not just turn it off and on. I think they didn't do it right. My dad is coming to town later to try to do that with DH. I am wondering, if it works, though, do we still replace the starter? We have gotten things from the junkyard, it's walking distance from our house . It's a 1997 Suburban, we just got it in April. I think we can change it, my neighbor has a good jack, but, we shall see. He works on cars and does a lot of stuff for us and I just feel like we never can do anything for them.
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Keep your head up lady It all works out in the end
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