Hello again, So she's got new-ish tires, and has hauled a few loads of water successfully, and I need her to get some wood moved this weekend, but she's not starting. I have had trouble with getting the truck to start twice, and both times it was after I backed to position it to dump a tank of water. That might be coincidence, but I'm throwing in all the clues I can think of. There's a lot of play in the pernundle, so I thought perhaps it might not be engaging the ignition switch just right. When I tried to start it, I'd get a high-pitched, expensive-sounding squeal. Someone popped the rubber cap off one of the contacts on the solenoid, laid a screwdriver betweeen the points, and it started right up. Does this mean I need to replace the solenoid, or could it be another problem? It's a gorgeous day out there for shade-treeing, so I hope to get this resolved. Poked around on the web for awhile looking for info, threw up my hands, and came back here once again looking for help, cuz you guys are the greatest.