10-07-2011, 08:44 PM
- Join Date: Jul 2007
- Location: Gold Coast Australia
- 697 Posts
I think if I was having starting problems, I would consider beefing up the wiring from the battery to the starter motor. As Hanso says make sure the contacts are clean and have a good contact area. Electricity is like water, if you constrict the flow the power won't get through. The area where the constriction is should get hotter than the rest of the circuit (resistance), this is the same effect seen in the ignition switch meltdown. Remember the earth also needs good contact as well, sometimes an earth strap to the engine will help (if not fitted already).
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