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chadasmith10 wrote:Battery seems to be putting out proper amps per my multimeter.
I think you need to check the voltage on the battery, not amps, both with engine on and engine off. Also, how old is the battery?
You should be reading 12.6v +/- .1v engine off, and approximately 14v +/- .4v engine @ idle (700-800 rpm).
BUT, all I have to do is disconnect and reconnect the battery, and suddenly it'll start up like nothing ever happened.
If voltages are good, intermittent battery problems could be a loose connection or corroded ground. Make sure the terminals are clean and the connectors are tight. Check the ground points for corrosion or anything loose.
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If all else is good and problems continue, I'd check the starter motor next...