Question about Chevrolet 1500
If all connections are clean and tight at the battery and ground is connected good to engine or body, then go to the starter and make sure the wires and cable are tight . If all this is good,the brushes are probably worn out in the starter, but the solenoid on the starter can also cause that problem. You will need to remove the starter and have it tested.
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