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check your battery terminals first. if they are clean and tight, disconnect the starter signal wire and jump it to the positive battery terminal. it's a single wire connector at the passenger side rear of the engine bay. right near the vacuum pump. if it still doesn't crank, you will need to do a bypass jump. jump the starter signal wire (small wire) at the starter to the starter motor cable (big wire).
if it still doesn't crank, either the starter is bad, engine to chassis/chassis to battery ground is bad/has a bad connection, or the B+ cable is bad/has a bad connection.
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