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Old 01-29-2013, 03:35 PM
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well, if the battery is new then i would double check the connections to make sure there is no excessive resistance in the circuit. many times just because the clamps are tight doesn't mean that you have a solid connection. a voltage drop test would be the best way to check this. if there is an indication of high resistance then that needs to be addressed.




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Did you try doing this? Did you try the other suggestions? A new battery and starter won't do you much good if the connections to them aren't working properly.
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