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Test the voltage both sides of the solenoid,check the voltage on the main battery cable terminal on the solenoid and note the reading,now hit the start button and note that reading,if its lots lower there is an issue with the battery, connections,the cable or ground,if it much the same connect the meter to the out terminal of the solenoid and hit the start button again and see what it is,if the solenoid is good it will be near enough the same as it was with the second test,if it is lower the solenoid is not making good contact meaning the starter is not getting full power and will be slow cranking the engine.
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