Question about Jeep CJ7
Sounds like you either have a bad or not fully charged battery, a poor ground or a starter that isn't making good internal connection.
if everything is good I'd remove the starter and either replace it or take it apart and clean off the commutator on the armature, making sure all the brushes aren't worn. If you have the initial engine timing set too far advanced, it will also fight you while cranking (easily checked...if it spins fast with the coil wire removed from the cap, it is likely too far advanced)
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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