I was just wondering if there were any ideas or thoughts on this. When the truck sits overnight or say a 9 hr day at work, it takes 2 turns of the key to start the truck (starts on the 2nd turn). It has always done this according to my uncle who bought the truck new. The truck starts on the first turn of the key if it has been running within about 2-3 hrs. The truck is fuel injected. No engine problems otherwise. Battery, plugs, wires, dist cap, rotor, fuel filter, and fuel pump are all fine. It's not a big deal but I was just wondering why it takes two turns of the key on a cold start. I can make it start the first time if I keep the key engaged for a few seconds more but I hate doing this especially with cold starts and no oil being circulated. My thought was that it might be the external coil (not on the dist cap) or the starter? I don't really think it is the starter because it starts up with no problem if it hasn't been sitting for more than say around 4 hours or so. Thanks in advance for any ideas or suggestions. Again, once the truck is started it runs great with no problems. It has a 350 4 bolt main .... manual tranny (SM465).