The starter ground actually comes from the lock screw. Take it out and clean up the end of the screw and tighten it in good. The slip fit on the starter inserting into the torque tube is not tight enough to get a good ground. If it was all you would have to do is slide a battery cable end on a battery terminal and not tighten it up. The lock screw has a jam nut to lock the screw from turning. It could be holding the screw from bottoming out as tight as needed.
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