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Battery is good. New Starter. still will not crank. We are checking the electrical components. What else could it be?

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please check the linkage which is connected to the engine which cranks the engine.
2.check the wire which is going to the starter and terminals of the starter and the battery.
3. check the continuity of the wires.

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