Check for battery voltage at the larger power wire on the starter. Then while a helper cranks the vehicle (or attempts to) check for voltage at the smaller wire that goes to the starter motor. If that is in check, ensure all your ground cables (esp. The one on the transmission) are not corroded and they are good and tight. If that checks out, replace the starter.
Sunday, May 17th, 2009 AT 6:28 PM