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Old 08-28-2006, 11:23 AM
barry123400 barry123400 is offline
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Fred, It sounds like something is out in the starter circuit. Especially if the lights do not dim when you move the key to the start position. I would first make sure you have 12 volts at the starters large terminal and bridge the small terminal to the large on the starter. That will identify if it is the starter/solinoid or something in the key activation circuit. Now if the lights dim when you go to the start position you might want to check your battery and connections especially the ground strap from your engine to chassis. It is basically just a process of elimination.
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