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@ stanza - I thought so.... I'll try to test the starter connections. I actually tested the battery and alternator though a couple of days ago and when I did a voltage drop test I found that there was some resistance in the circuit. I'm guessing it's from a bad ground. One of my amps is actually not mounted properly at the moment and wouldnt that cause a bad ground?
@ uhoh - ya it only did it once the last time this happened and the guy who replaced my starter was saying that the starter seemed good (it was a different mechanic then the one who suggested replacing the starter) but I kind of wanted to have it replaced for that extra assurance lol I hear you though and I actually did go the "cheap" route when I bought my current starter from an online remanufacturer =\
Would a bad ground like exposed wire touching the metal body of the car cause a no-start?? I think my brother-in-law said it could.... Not sure if he was really listening to me though with the way he responded lol
Last edited by 1stGenSEaltima; 12-28-2012 at 03:40 AM.