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|jkpark||Am I crazy or if you run a positive lead directly from the battery to the starter, it should turn. On mine it doesn't so I'm assuming the starter is shot...anyone feel otherwise?? Thanks..JKP
|Bruce||No, you're not crazy...providing,...Is the battery fully charged? Is the starter grounded well? Is the solenoid mounted on the starter on this model? If so, it could be the solenoid, and not the starter. Also,..be sure to touch the "bolt" end of the starter, rather than the lead end of the cable! You might simply have a bad cable connection, there. If still nothing....you guessed it, you need a starter!