Did you have starter tested? Are you using oem starter? I'd have to check actual voltage readings and grounds for the starter circuit. At the diagram, terminal B is hot all the time. Terminal S goes hot with key in the crank position.
You may have to check starter amp draw, you may have a internal engine issue, causing the starter to work harder than normal.
Seven starters and nobody can figure it out? Are you using new starters?
Sunday, March 20th, 2011 AT 5:50 PM