Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Pasadena, TX
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Ok, here is what I'm thinking.... If everything you say is true then I only see there being a couple of issues here.
Voltage is the energy that carries amperage to the jobsite. So without 13v your workers (amps) are not getting to the jobsite (starter). Why can't they get there?? Because they have an obstacle in the way, resistance.
Check you terminals, wires, and starter wires and relay. If you haven't done it already take off your terminals and get one of those little battery cleaner/brush doohickies and clean all 4 of them. Make sure your ground wires are tight and look good.
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