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Starter is slow then it surge and start the engine....often times its slow and wont start....my battery and the connections are good....I just recently put a remanufactured starter.....what could be wrong?

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I would be checking on the starter solenoid. It sounds like that is where your problem is coming from. I know you said you checked your battery but it would be helpful to make sure you're getting the proper voltage... I use a voltmeter. Make sure you're actually getting 12 volts (13-14 if it's running). you can usually get a new solenoid fairly cheap from your nearest auto parts store. Hope this helps!

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