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Re: Pulling my hair out over starter issues

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01-14-2020 08:51:53

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you can buy a cheapo battery load tester for around 50.00 one of the best things you will spend money on. if you changed the battery and starter you would have seen if the cables are corroded. booster cables are pretty useless on a diesel engine. need the heavy guage ones and let booster unit run at about 2000 rpm for max amps. did you run the starter in a vise to make sure it kicks in spins over fast at least. all you have left is the cables to deal with. , if battery and starter is good. that green corrosion will work its way inside from the clamp down the wire. saw lots like this. that" wamp wamp" is that the engine trying to turn over??? if so it tell the story.

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01-14-2020 09:44:42

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 Re: Pulling my hair out over starter issues in reply to rustred, 01-14-2020 08:51:53  
Yes, I did test the starter before I put it on. It engages and spins. You would think you could see green corrosion but I can't. But obviously there must be corrosion inside that is not evident. And yes, wamp wamp is the sound it makes trying to turn over.

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