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try jumping the starter solenoid wire to the starter motor cable when the problem would normally occur. if it cranks consistently doing this, the problem lies before the starter in the circuit. you can further pinpoint from there. if it still doesn't crank, the problem is either the starter, starter connection(s), B+ cable/connection, or a poor ground. you basically separate the power side and the control side by doing this
it doesn't sound like a draw.
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Last edited by kaya; 02-17-2013 at 08:42 AM.