I'd take the S terminal loose from the starter solenoid, then test. If it doesn't crank, the circuit for the S terminal is either shorted to voltage or something wrong with ignition switch. The S terminal should not be hot unless key is in the crank position. If it still cranks with S terminal disconnected, I'd have to suspect faulty starter/solenoid.
Wednesday, May 19th, 2010 AT 12:54 PM