Re: Starting Problem -69Z
Or too small of cabling. Measure battery voltage across posts when starting, should not be less than 9.5 volts, otherwise, bad battery or not being charged enough or long enough time for the recharge.
Also, measure cable loss; go from battery post to solenoid post and return cable the same, post to engine block. Both measurements should be less than 0.5 volts. You might move the return cable from alt bracket to engine block if OE design.
Hopefully, the front starter brace is still attached as without it, the return path is through the starter nose and it being made of alum, not a good conductor as iron/steel.
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