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Old 07-10-2017, 08:41 AM
Richard Vyse Richard Vyse is offline
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Well guys got the new switch installed and same old thing. Got a little mad and grabbed the battery cables coming to the switch and pulled on them and wouldn't you know it, it cranked. Get this, ALWAYS double check all your cable connections before ramping up for a project. As I discovered the battery cable to the starter was very VERY loose on the starter. Tightened the cable up and now it cranks like a new one. It cranks on Battery #1, or Battery #2, or on both batteries with no slow cranking whatsoever. I don't have a mechanic on this side of the state therefore have to figure this stuff on my own with the help of the PCS crew.
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