In Reply to: NAA Starting issues posted by Dan J on June 28, 2020 at 19:41:04:
probably because you do not have enough voltage to turn the starter and get you a spark.
That is likely caused by:
1. A weak battery (charge it & check it per tip # 49. Or get it load
2. Dirty grounds/connections (remove the cables & clean the connections)
3. Bad cables or incorrect sized cables (replace them - see tip # 41)**
4. Bad ground between the starter & the block. (pull the starter away from the block & clean the mating area - see tip # 36)
5. A dragging starter ( do a voltage drop test)
** You can't see corrosion under the insulation.