And what happened?
If the starter still cranks slowly or not at all, measure the voltage on the stud on the starter solenoid that the battery cable is attached to, then have a helper crank the engine. To be most accurate, place the other meter probe right on a paint-free surface on the engine block. As long as the voltage there, during cranking, is 9.6 volts or higher, that should be enough for the starter to work properly.
Saturday, October 31st, 2015 AT 1:15 PM