Had intermittent problems with this. After changing battery and alternator, cleaning terminals on starter, checking postive cable, it was the negative ground cable that was loose and corroded, down on the front of the engine. Remove it and do a resistance test on it, wire brush stud, lightly sand the addle ground wires that are with it, sand the surface of the nut that holds this ground wire on. Place all wires back on the ground stud and tighten (assuming this ground wire from your battery is good). Then try to start. FYI: Gravity will carry corrosion down the inside of a positive or negative cable, so there is always the chance you cannot see the corroded part of a ground or starter cable.
Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 AT 2:17 PM