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Clean the Area around the Starter,and "scuff up " the Bolt holes,to get a good contact to Ground,(maybe Clean the thread For the bolts by Retapping them)also Try changing The Positive cable..it sounds like it just ain't gettin Good voltage Joe..Other than that..Another starter?..Just thought too..check the bolts on the Tranny maybe they are loose and not giving you good conductivity..(all I can think of Joe ..)
well I'm having the same issue on an intermittant level and basically what made it better was cleaning the main stock ground as well as adding another body ground from the battery using a nice big 4 guage cable. Next I'm going to try to change my ignition switch.
.Well, I have done a battery relocation, and added a ton of electronics. Have you tested the voltage at the battery? Hailer, I think mentioned, or maybe it was Icemark. Test the battery terminals for a drop. Then test the battery clamps. If the battery drains, could be the battery. If only drains at the connectors, something else.