If voltages and ground for the starter are good, when they should be, Have the starter tested. Some of the national brand autostore will test the starter for you, if you take it off and take it to them.
You might be able to use a remote start button, hooks up on the starter circuits at starter. Maybe the leads are long enough to get you out from under the vehicle. The leads on mine aren't long enough, depending on the vehicle. Just be sure the tranny is in park or neutral and a functional
parking brake is set. There are other ways to jump the starter, just to see if it will crank. I'm just trying to be safe.
Thursday, May 9th, 2013 AT 1:30 PM