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December 1st, 2016, 07:41 AM   #21
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in case you haven't tried it, look closely at the ends of the battery to solenoid and solenoid to starter leads. sometimes the crimp is not good.
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Still think it's the de-comp. Did you say you tried the manual de-comp? Can you get the motor spinning over quickly with it pulled?

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in case you haven't tried it, look closely at the ends of the battery to solenoid and solenoid to starter leads. sometimes the crimp is not good.
^^this happened to me.

The hot lead to the starter was degraded and just 1 strand of wire was attached to the ring terminal.
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Well, I'm in the middle of making new wires just in case, nothing to lose. They do look very degraded, but a tester shows they are ok.

Never know if the crank bearings are wearing themselves out but I still don't believe it would it would not crank the engine. It kickstarts very easy.
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degraded leads on an '05 i had would cause intermittent starting problems. testing is difficult because the problem only shows under high amp loads
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