This is what I have determined. When I remove the relay from the starter, ground the body of the relay to the frame and push gear selector to start I get 12.54 volts between the starter side of the relay and a ground. When I hook up the starter into the system and put my tester on the starter side of the relay and the other side of the tester to ground I get 0 volts. It would seem to me that the relay will not switch the power if it is underload. It just makes this buzz/click sound.
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