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My truck wont start-we replaced battery and the cable end that goes to the starter - nothing- we can jump the two bolts on top of the battery terminal and it will turn over but not start

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1) Measure the battery voltage. Then measure it again while trying to start the engine. If the voltage drops below 10 volts while trying to start the battery is discharged or bad. Charge it and then have it load tested at any auto store -- test is generally free.

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I would replace the main battery cable to the starter. If that doesn't do it, try grounding the starter case to the frame with a wheel wrench or something similar. If this makes it work, replace the wrench with a piece of cable or heavy wire bolted to the starter case and to the frame.

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