There is another possibility, but before you do this, understand the risks/consequences.
I have had this scenario a couple of times over the years. Once with my 04 Ram, and once with my 08 Ram. In both cases I was in a situation where I was somewhat desperate to get it going right away.
I removed the battery cable, touched it to the other battery cable to drain the residual power quickly, installed the cable back on the battery and the truck started right away.
Now the risk/consequence info - When you do this, it will erase any diagnostic code(s) in the system, and basically inhibit the dealer from ever figuring out what caused the problem. This is especially bad if the 'No Start' condition remains, and will have your service department VERY upset with you....and for good reason. LOL
If it works....Great! :smileup: If it doesn't, be prepared for a good tongue lashing from the dealer. :str:
Well I got back from work. (I took my brother Pontiac vibe.) I have a tow truck coming, it should be here in 1.5 hrs.
Here are more details
-I used both keys (in the ignition)
-battery is fully charged
-it worked fine the last time I started it two days ago
-it has less than 900 miles and I haunt even owned it a full month yet >>