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reaperman

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Maybe try disconnecting the hydro belt to see if the hydraulics are bogging the starter down.
 

mrbb

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have you check power at starter? over time wires can get corroded and loose ability to make full power at starter
same with checking grounds, poor ground, can cause low voltage issues

then same goes for starter relay or solenoid
corrosion can be a issue and cause again low voltage flow to things
 
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Check the starter relay. If that goes bad when you hit the key, it will turn over a few cranks and then stop and be nothing. you can then turn the key off and try again, few cranks and then nothing. Starter relay
 

haymaker

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So probably minor corrosion on the fuse or in the fuse box.
I would be mine full of that fact.
You could have a series of corrosion related issues.
Maybe take the time to pull them one by one, check the plug and clean the fuses at next PM.
 
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Georgetravica1

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So probably minor corrosion on the fuse or in the fuse box.
I would be mine full of that fact.
You could have a series of corrosion related issues.
Maybe take the time to pull them one by one, check the plug and clean the fuses at next PM.
Thanks I'll do that
 

mrbb

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when you clean./check fuses, it also a good idea to add a little dielectric grease to them when putting back, it helps keep corrosion away then
 

haymaker

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when you clean./check fuses, it also a good idea to add a little dielectric grease to them when putting back, it helps keep corrosion away then
For sure that will help prevent future problems. I should have mentioned that.
 

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