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Engine will not crank over when vehicle sets for extended period of time (5-6 hours), but will start when jumpers are hooked directly to starter? *already installed 694 cranking amp battery and grounded starter directly to battery.

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If battery is new, and altenator test good which would mean your battery is getting charged, then check the igntion wire that goes to the solenoid. They can get loose, broken, or dirty connections.
Check your battery cable connections on battery and on starter and ground to make sure they are very clean as well as tight.

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no year car stated or country.
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If they are saying that it appears to be seized up, I assume that means that the starter doesn\'t crank the engine.

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