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Hi Im David, the battery is grounded to the block. check the main power cable on the starter for corrosion and tightness. also check the smaller wire on the solenoid
put a meter on the battery. make sure its fully charged at 12.5vdc. then leaving the meter on the battery start the car and see how low the voltage drops. it should not go below 9.8vdc.
what does it drop to while cranking????
well everything seems up to par. no idea why its slow starting my friend. maybe check the power cable going into the fuse box. make sure its tight
The starter bushings are most likely worn and the armature is dragging on the pole shoes causing the starter to turn over slow. Either replace the starter or rebuild it and install new bushings.
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