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    • also take a screw driver and bridge the two ports on the starter solenoid briefly and see what happens

    • What i have done with this issue is take a cable and attach one end to the starter bolt mount and the other to the frame and from the frame to the negative terminal of the battery. sounds like a ground issue

    • Also check the wires on the solenoid and make sure they are in the same position as from your harness. (colors) sometimes you need to swap them around.

    • It was cranking before then it just won't crank

    • Battery might be just a tad too low

    • Everything is defintley hooked up properly

    • Mine did this it was the fuse off the positive from the battery

    • Fuse is intact checked that already

    • yea you need a tip top shape battery. If you are still running the stock battery i highly recommend upgrading. A battery tender Lithium battery is well worth the money. I think they are like $100 on amazon They are very lightweight. They dont loose their charge if parked for a while and best of all they have double the cranking amps than the stock battery. perfect for turning the high torque starter

    • and also while not required i personally like upgrading my battery cables as well. With higher quality a bit bigger gauge wire for the cable that goes from the starter to the solenoid, from the solenoid to the battery and the negative to the frame with some quality connectors as well like copper