My plow truck, which has worked it's a$$ off this season got stuck for the first time in my driveway. I live on a class VI road, so if I want in or out, I have to plow the whole thing myself. I finally went out and got the truck unstuck, but when I started it up, it stalled after idling for a few minutes. I started it back up, and it ran for about ten seconds before dying. After a day of sitting, it won't start at all. I worked on it today, it's getting fuel to the TBI, and it's getting spark. Just no ignition. Any thoughts? The truck is an '87 Chevy 3/4 ton, has less than 100k on it, and the motor is the 350 TBI. Thanks!