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Old 09-21-2019, 01:23 AM
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As init4fun says check the wiring connections to make sure they are correct. After batteries are connected but not attached to the starter do a voltage test to make sure you are getting 24 volts. Finally, do a load test on the batteries to make sure they are good. A battery may read good voltage during a test but fail when under a load.
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