OK, before you laugh at me posting about "cold" in the mornings, the weather is noticeably cooler than in the daytime. So when I say 77F is cold - it sure does feel cold! So, what are your little tricks for getting the truck started? Kick the pedal three times before turning the key? Don't touch the pedal, then turn the key and pump the pedal? Bang the top of the dash? How do you know if the choke is working? What I get now is a long churning of the starter, maybe 20 seconds, and then if I pump the pedal it comes alive. And it's going to get cooler soon enough.