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Im not sure but if you turn it manually then it starts no problem, I'd say you have some worn out brushes in your starter and it's getting time to just replace the starter. It will continue to start until it rotates back to the worn out spot until it finally is just completely worn out. Just my opinion. I am not qa mechanic just a middle aged woman who has gone thur a few starters in my life so ..............
I don't quite understand what you mean by be held on. Normally you "hold on" to the key to start it and let it go back to the on position. If you have to hold the key on (start position) then you can might not be starting. The starter is turning the engine, but the engine not running? What happens when you give it gas?
THE WIRE FROM THE SOLENOID TO THE BRUSHES OF THE STARTER IS BURNT OFF.TAKE THE 2 ,7 MM BOLTS OUT OF THE STARTER AND THE ONE 13MM NUT OFF THE SOLENOID AND YOU CAN TAKE THE MOTOR OF THE STARTER.ALL YOU NEED TO DO NOW IS TO REPLACE THE FEILD COIL LEAD OR THE BRUSH HOLDER ASSEMBLY.
The starter solenoid has been known to stick on these cars. If you jump start the extra battery will free it up till next time (right) If this is the case replace solenoid or the whole starter. You can also bang the solenoid with a wooden broom handle if it will reach the starter not sure you can see if from above. Ignition switch would be my second item to check closer. But starter should probably fix it. When you say battery is fully charged it should have a voltage also around 12.8.