Maybe re=program both keys to reset them to the car.Dave S said:Well actually when I was trying to start it (multiple tries) I did put the key in, then waited then turned the key. Would not fire. But, earlier in the day I thought the key did not unlock the passenger door on the second press of the unlock button on the key. So while truck was running and key obviously in the ignition I pressed the unlock button a few times. Nothing happened but the drivers door was open. I then closed the drivers door and hit the unlock button on the dash and the passenger door unlocked so I thought: when the driver's door is open and the truck is running you can't unlock the other doors. No big deal but maybe in some way this is related to the key not working properly now. I think I will try to start the truck with the spare key to see if anything happens.
I know, when I think of all the times I've had to wait one second before cranking, I'd have like 5 minutes extra tacked onto the end of my life Seriously, it is annoying though.AAD said:I'm amazed that this is such a common problem. It makes me feel better though!