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Remove the starter relay from the fuse box. Are there 2 pins to it with battery voltage while trying to start?
Will it crank in neutral?
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Thanks, ***** ***** has 2 pins to the relay hot and it will not crank in neutral, this means the relay is missing the ground input or the relay or starter has an issue. Use the 2 links below.
If those tests pass, then install the relay, it should click when trying to start. If so then at the starter check both wires while trying to start. If both are powered then the starter is bad.